I really like to see how quilters and artists interpret things.
My first impression of the quilt on the left is that of a dart board. But no, this is not a dart board, it’s Ezekiels Wheel. It’s beautiful. I love how Julia “robbed Peter to pay Paul” to create the wheel. The colors are actually much clearer.
Meet me at Giverney was pieced & quilted by Margaret Solomon Gunn. I was on the hunt for the quilt that won First Place in it’s category and found this one first. It took a little while longer to find Rainbow Nouveau to get a photo of that.
Margaret has mad quilterly skills and Rainbow Nouveau just rocks and the Blue Ribbon is well deserved.
Donna is a friend, coworker and student. I’ve been privileged to see this quilt progress over the last year or so. I’m in awe of Donna’s artistry. Donna also teaches at Hartsdale. I can hardly wait to see what Donna’s creative mine comes up with next.
Speaking of Hartsdale, there’s a small opening of time to sign up for Let Your Foot Loose be Fancy & Free on Friday April 5th. I love teaching this class and working with quilters on developing skill.