Current Works and Series

Lancaster County Quilts

(On-going series)

Minimalistic abstract quilts inspired by the backroads of rural Lancaster County, PA. All of the quilts are named after local roads. 

"Brunners Grove"
23.75" x 23.75"
Cotton fabrics.
Machine pieced. Machine and hand appliquéd. Machine quilted.



"Mohns Hill"
21" x 18.25"
Cotton fabrics.
Machine pieced. Machine and hand appliquéd. Machine quilted.



"Tobacco Road"
21" x 32"
Cotton fabrics.
Machine pieced. Machine quilted.



"Windy Mansion Road"
27.5" x 28"
Cotton fabrics.
Machine pieced. Machine quilted.



"Union Grove Road"
19" x 25"
Cotton fabrics.
Machine pieced. Machine quilted.


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Objects of Curiosity

(On-going series)

This series is an attempt to honor the ordinary and often overlooked and/or discarded, by exploring the effect of adding cloth and stitch, and how that otherwise simple act can cause one to pause and take a second look.

"Exhibit A"
Small glass apothecary bottle purchased in an old hardware store. 



"Exhibit B"
Small glass bottle found at local vintage shop. 




"Exhibits C & D"
Found stick and river rock. 



"Exhibits E, F & G"
Small vintage metal scissors purchased at a parking lot pop-up flea market. 



"Exhibit H"
Vintage painting trowel once belonging to my grandfather. 


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Objects of Comfort

Small hand stitched and embellished works of fabric over hard shell fragments. These pieces were created out of a desire to join together bits of humble things that I have collected over the years creating a talisman of some sort that can be held in one's hand or placed in one's pocket. 



"Objects of Comfort"
Hard clam shell fragments, cotton fabrics, cotton thread, beads, buttons, wire.


"Objects of Comfort"
Hard clam shell fragments, cotton fabrics, cotton thread, beads, buttons, wire.


"Objects of Comfort"
Featured on the Cover of Quilting Arts Magazine, February/March 2018, issue 91


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