What I do:




I like to make both traditional quilts that one would nap under, and I like to make art quilts - my main process is collage.   

and I have very curly hair...

and I have very curly hair...

I am a teacher - I enjoy sharing what I know, and am grateful for the women who so patiently taught me to sew, especially my mother, who did all my ripping out for me.I am a recycler - I make new things from old

Where I've Been:


Local Color:  Connecticut Chapter of SAQA 2104.  In this, my first entry into a juried show, I had two of my three pieces selected to travel the state of CT and beyond.  The Shad was also selected for exhibit at Sew National in Atlanta. 

Grand Central Terminal Centennial Challenge 2015.  The City Quilter and All People Quilt sponsored a National challenge to create a quilt that commemorated the 100th anniversary of the terminal.  Meet Me at the Clock, my second ever entry into a show, received an Honorable Mention award.


CT Fiber Arts Collective.  I am a new member of this great group of women, and we have been having non-stop shows of our work. Visit  ctfac.blogspot.com to see where we will be next. 

Sacred Threads 2015.  I had two pieces juried into the Sacred Threads exhibit in Herndon, VA:  Determination and Text from Matthew, a liturgical banner.