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White Beaches

White Beaches

39″w x 28″h

This quilt combines a digital print of a photograph of an old fishing boat that I fell in love with some years ago in Brittany, with piecing and free motion quilting. The text is painted fusible appliqué with hand stitching.

 

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Remembering

Remembering

100cm x 100cm

Remembering was made for the Carrefour European du Patchwork exhibition in Ste Marie aux Mines in 2012. It won Best in Show and became part of the permanent collection there.

It features pencil drawings from my sketchbook together with photographic images of moths, all digitally printed onto cotton fabric and free motion quilted with a little hand stitched detail.

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Paintbox

Paintbox

I love paint so when the chance arose to submit a piece for a competition entitled The Magic of Colour, I knew straight away what my inspiration would be.

This is a photograph of my watercolour paintbox, digitally printed to cotton, with machine quilting and hand embellishment.

Exhibited in The Magic of Colour, Carrefour Europeen du Patchwork (and subsequent tour), Winner of France Patchwork Prize, Winner of Best Machine Quilting.

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Drawn to the Moon

Drawn to the Moon

25.5inches x 35inches
65cm x 89cm

This small quilt features discharge printing together with fabric painting on cotton fabric. It has been quilted with both hand and free motion machine quilting.

£ 195 plus postage at cost
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Moon Moth

Moon Moth

24″ x 34″
61cm x 87cm

This small quilt features discharged cotton fabrics with acrylic paint transfer, photo image transfer, piecing and free motion quilting. It has a hidden sleeve at the top ready for hanging.

£155 plus postage at cost
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To the Brim II

To the Brim II

To the Brim II is a small quilt inspired by the paintings of Paul Klee. I especially loved the quirky composition of his painting ‘Ad Marginem’ where the design elements are concentrated to the very edges of the canvas. His colour palette is always inspirational, the watercolours in particular. I referred to three of his paintings to arrive at this design of my own.

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To the Brim

To the Brim

180cm x 180cm

This quilt was inspired by several of my favourite Paul Klee paintings. I pieced together many squares of hand dyed, rusted and digitally printed fabrics and worked onto the resulting surface to add appliqué, fabric painting, stencilled and stamped text. It was completed with closely spaced free motion quilting and a little hand stitched embroidery. The quilt can be viewed from any of its four sides as the design elements are directed to the edges of the piece, just like in Klee’s ‘Ad Marginum’.

£1000 plus postage at cost
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