42" x 51"
Cousin Mo lives in NYC. She often says the streets remind her of canyons with the skyscrapers serving as the canyon walls. I wanted to create piece using silks to replicate Mo’s canyons.
Silk pieces were gifts from Andy & Darin and Aunt Colleen & Uncle Mike.
60" x 40"
Cousin Christy introduced me to the Missouri Star method for making (most of the) small blocks. I wanted to make a modern quilt that would look like skyscrapers. Not my usual color scheme and certainly not my usual type of block. Christy will be proud of me.
This quilt was gifted to cousin Brady.
20" x 30"
The quilt is inspired by a photo my husband took at the Fort Concho State Park in San Angelo, Texas. It was fun to use the folded log cabin method of construction to recreate his art into my art.
This is Jack's original photo taken at the Fort Concho State Park in San Angelo, Texas.
24" x 36"
This quilt was constructed using Katie Pasquini Masopust’s Artful Log Cabin method. The original Times Square photo was taken by my husband and then photoshopped with different colors.