Piedmont Arts - The Art of the Quilt,
Show Schedule for more details.
It was a dismal winter's day when I read the Salada Tea
tag line that said, "Circles always have
their ends meet." "Oh no they don't," was my reply - you have to work really
hard to get them
to match up. I went out to the studio to prove my point and the
series is the result.
Me (left) and my daughter Ann at the
exhibition to check things out.
This is Spheres IX, one of the larger variations.
Another of my Sphere quilts (Spheres
LIX) shown at the extreme
right of the image at the top.
I sell patterns also and to my surprise
this quilt appeared at the exhibition.
Dancing Log Cabin
Pattern by Jane Frenke, who
exhibited the version I saw at the Sunapee Craft Fair in
New Hampshire. Her Dancing Log Cabin design shows right triangles cut from
four corners, the center rotates, then four triangles reattached. I used her
as inspiration but modified it. Quilted by Elaine Myers.