- What do you love about (Modern) quilting?
- Where do you draw inspiration?
I've often referred to myself as a "traditionally-informed Modern quilter" and by this I mean someone who learned traditional quilting techniques and now applies them to contemporary design. My inspiration comes from traditional quilt blocks, contemporary art, collage and to some degree forms seen in architecture
and nature. My other main hobby is photography, so my eye is used to composing images in a small square - I think this helps in quilt design when it comes to balancing shape and colour.
What are you currently working on? (Can we have a sneak peek?)
Most of my recent work is on samples for workshops. This quilt top is currently on my design wall awaiting quilting inspiration.It is the result of taking just one of the improv techniques I teach in "Speed Date with Improv" and creating an entire composition from improv 1/4 circles.
- Solids or Prints?
- Precuts or Stash?
- Favorite Tool/Trick you can’t live without?
- What’s your Favorite Blog and/or Designer?
- What’s one thing we should know about you?