I have always had a strong pull toward my creative side. I learned to sew in Elementary School where my first project was a skirt. I entered it into the Colorado State Fair and then modeled it at a 4-H Fashion Show. I was hooked. I quickly developed a love for sewing and made many of my clothes throughout my school years. When I graduated from College and began working and raising a family, my time became more limited but my need to create continued. This need was fulfilled by decorating. I loved designing a room, making curtains, upholstering and refinishing furniture, and creating art to go on the walls. I continued experimenting with one new project after another until I retired. Several years ago a good friend encouraged me to take a quilting class. I took several and made a number of traditional quilts, table runners and other projects. I soon noticed the art quilts appearing in quilt shows and art galleries and decided I would love to try to make one. I have never looked back! I love the art quilt world and am happiest when I am creating a new piece or using a new technique. My work is highly influenced by travel. Art Quilts give me the freedom to create something unique and personal
My work is highly influenced by travel. Art Quilts give me the freedom to create something unique and personal.