2014: I thought it would be a good idea to print my designs on fabric using Spoonflower, because I really don't know how to sew very well. With some effort and a little help from Michelle Freedman who offered me instruction at Modern Domestic, I got the top done for a small, four-block sample on December 10th. After that, Jolene Knight quilted it, and she did a superb job!
In 2016, the quilt was included in a biennial juried exhibition at the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum. Later in the year, it reappeared at the museum as part of my New York Beauty exhibition. I have fabrics to make a larger version of this quilt. Soon it will be time to sit down and do it.