I was so touched some months ago when, Sharon, my former professor of textile art, contacted me to make three memorial quilts to honor her husband, Michael. Two were to be made for Michaels’ son and daughter, and one for Sharon. Read more >
From the minute I opened the box of Colin’s clothing, sent to me by his mother, Sandra, I could tell he had been an extremely compassionate young man, committed to making the world a better place. Read more >
Sometimes a person’s clothing isn’t the right material for a memorial quilt. Read more >
note: This is the third and final segment of a 3-part blog post about a group of quilts I made for a family in Alaska. Please read Parts 1&2 for the back story.
Part 3 features the wall quilts I made for Bhree’s two cousins. Read more >
“Sam had the wisdom and intelligence of an old soul,” his mother, Donna, recounted to me, and his commitment to protecting the environment shaped his life goals. Read more >