Category Archives: scraps

transitions and intermediaries

This far into the series, there are plenty of scraps and half-started pieces lying around my studio. Sometimes they inspire me…that, and a glimpse of another quilt somewhere that had lots of white space…and thinking about Rosemary Claus-Gray’s use of … Continue reading

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back to the boneyard

I’m working on a piece for a new group I’m in (more about that later). My first dilemma was I didn’t like the finished piece that was my first attempt. It just came out differently than I expected. It’s hanging … Continue reading

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back in the groove…

I’m back in the groove of working every day in the studio. That’s a good thing. The bad thing is I still kind of goof around, jump from one thing to another without finishing everything. I have a bunch of … Continue reading

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Leftovers

Ann Miller Titus thinks I give her all my scraps. I used to do so. And I still give her some things I think I’ll never use again. But now I keep the best ones for myself. Because I never … Continue reading

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study and scraps

Can you do a study AFTER a piece is done? I feel like that’s what I have done, so I guess one can. It started with the scraps from the piece I’ve been showing in other blog entries like here, … Continue reading

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