Heather has recently started to incorporate felting techniques into her quilting project.The small circles in the lower half of the quilt are actually felted directly into the fabric. More to come!
This quilt is called Twisted Bargello, this is one of the classes Heather loves to teach.
This quilt is called A Point of View, it is one of Heather's favourites. This block is created using squares and rectangles, no bias triangles. The quilt top is easily completed in a one day workshop!
Tulip - this is from a series of wallhanging quilts where Heather used paint to embellish her quitls. More images from that series coming soon.
Guitar - Pattern by Melody Johnston
Detail of Guitar
Square in a square variation
Close up of Bright Blossoms
Twisted and Tasselled
Playing with solids - trying out Jean Wells techniques
Hay Bales - birthday gift exchange
Sand and sunsets - silk and beads, another birthday gift exhange
Beach sunset - small quilt mounted on a cotton paper frame purchased in Thailand
Heather, along with many other members of the Southwestern Ontario quilting community are active volunteers.
This quilt, entitled Geraniums in the Night, was designed in a Jane Sassaman class
Hibiscus, this is one of Heather's favourite quilts, it was designed in a class given by Janet Rice Bredin, based on photograph of a neighbours Hibiscus flower.
Detailed view of Hibiscus
Fishing without a line. Raw edged quilting, always fun and easy.
Harmonic Convergence, based on a pattern by Ricky Tims.
Detail of oranges
Daisy on Canvas
Autumn Leaves - embellished with painted Tyvec, ribbons and beads
Jill and Luella - portrait study
Time keeps on slipping....