The Little Red Caboose always came last.
Fun in the gravel while waiting for the meat to grill.
… as a Quilter
And now I have finished the two art pieces that my niece Coleen B. Barnhart started here.
She can magically make beauty with scissors and fabric.
After she finished her part, I did the thread painting, quilting, binding, and finishing.
Genesis – “Let there be light”
An Explosion of Joy and New Life
Insert a small dowel, chop stick, or skewer under the top triangles. Pound a nail in the wall and balance the quilt on the nail.
We lovingly refer to Coleen as Claire Bleu since her mother’s name is also Coleen.
Gethsemane – “It was midnight in the garden when the Savior knelt to pray.”
A Dark and Stormy Night
I used bobbin thread work to create the lightning.
A second dowel, chop stick, or skewer may be placed under the bottom triangles to keep the bottom of the quilt from flipping up.
These pieces measure 9-1/2” X 9-1/2” and are for sale for $150 each (I wish I could say in my Etsy Store, but I don’t have one.) I guess you will just have to email me.