All I knew is I wanted to do some leopard spots and honeycomb and it became a remix of natural and organic forms and colors in a tangle and all expressed in embroidery.
Quilting is a democratic art. Quilts are part of the history of different communities, different economic classes and they’ve been made for all kinds of reasons. Quilts are part of our history. They tell our story. So I think they are a perfect medium for addressing my deepest concerns about the state of democracy itself.
Well, I’ve been putting this off for a few days but it’s time: I need to do a post about my latest 100-day-project and what it all means.
Three years ago, I completed a 100 Day Project which lead to great leaps in my work. I’ve decided it’s a good time for another one.
I think it may be the cold grey weather and my desire to be comfy and cosy, but my stitching has been all-consuming, lately. I finish one kimono-silk piece and immediately go on to the next.