Fiesta Fibers
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This was a quilt bought at the Piedmont Craft show in 2015 by a couple that
have a room they call "the blue room" so my indigo dyed quilt went well.

Another of my Indigo quilts in a professional office setting.

This quilt was purchased by a woman that saw it at the Berkeley Springs Quilt Show.
It's one of my Sphere series. She contacted me after returning home to see if it
was still available. It was but it had been committed to the National Quilt show in
Little Rock, Arkansas for an exhibition. After a short vacation, the quilt now resides
in the studio of the buyer in Kansas.

Sometimes my quilts just go with something the customer already has,
like this one that I sold at the Chautauqua show.

This quilt is a little out of the high fashion mainstream but inventive none the less.
This project was started at a class I gave for the York (PA) Quilter's Guild to
demonstrate my Dancing Log Cabin design. What you can't see in this picture
is that the maker used glow in the dark thread as yet another interesting element.

The Double O retreat is in Paw Paw, West Virginia. and the owner came to the studio during
studio tour last year (2016) and bought 3 of the Spheres quilts to decorate two of the rooms.

A customer bought some of my fabric at the Annual League of New Hampshire
Craftsmen's Fair
at Mount Sunapee, NH and sent me the following note.

My husband and I were married at Cacapon State Park in WV, and have enjoyed doing
the "traditional" anniversary gifts for each other. Second anniversary is cotton, and
some pillowcases made from fabric dyed right in Berkely Springs was a perfect gift,
and a quick and easy project.

This is my entry in the Living with Crafts exhibit at the 2017 Annual League of New Hampshire
Craftsmen's Fair
at Mount Sunapee, NH.