I'm laid up at the moment after a bad ankle break that occurred while I was dog sledding in Norway.
It seems to be a good time to post some of my relatively recent work.
In August, I was part of an exhibit with Sisters in Cloth, Seasons on the Shoreline.
Each of us was given a piece of Carol Ludington's grey hand-dyed fabric, which was to be incorporated into our piece. The dimensions were unusual: 15-18 inches wide and 40 inches high.
For my piece, I used a photo I had taken of roses.
Its name is Rose Season.
The grey was perfect for the sidewalk.
I seem to have chosen my outfit to coordinate with the quilt.
Some of the other quilts made by my talented friends: