"Gone With the Wind" landscape.
Lots of cotton! Can you imagine creating all these cotton plants?
This one is "Polar Expression: A North Pole Garden" with primroses and hyacinths. And lots of polyfil for snow.
A section of the "Willy Wonka" landscape with a pond.
I made Whispering Woods specifically for Dreamscapes: The Patterned Imagery of Quilts, Works of 9 New Jersey Fiber Artists in 1989. I wanted to focus on the four wildflower blocks instead of the center of the quilt.
This one is Rose Mallow. My own challenge was to use at least one plaid and one decorator fabric to see if I could make them work together. The plaid fabric frames the floral applique and the curved decorator fabric surrounds the block.
My daughter and I like to go on walks and hikes in search of wildflowers. A sweet little flower, Hepatica.
This one is Purple Trillium found in Wilmington, NY.
My all-time favorite wildflower, Lady's-Slipper. Seen in the Adirondacks.
My mother appliqued "Black-eyed Susans" for her sister, Midge.
And "Violets" for her sister, Leila. Note the little lace rosette with a velvet bow.