Have You Met… Audrey Stone?

Audrey Stone (@audrey_stone_studio) creates ‘sewn paintings’ with bold colours and thoughtful compositions. The physicality of her work, as well as the narrative behind them, really intrigues me and she speaks so thoughtfully about her process, intentions and the way the viewer might perceive the work. How do your approach colour? Or, how do you arrive… Read More

Tutorial: No Waste Flying Geese

I hate wasting fabric. It's probably a function of my upbringing. The traditional way of making flying geese is pretty wasteful. And there is a better way. It's well-known, but I wanted to provide my own tutorial anyway. Time-saving techniques such as chain piecing and cutting multiples make these go faster. I have made hundreds… Read More

Have You Met… Louisa Glenn?

Louisa Glenn (@gracelouisagee) is a painter from Nashville, Tennessee. Her work is mesmerizing, with striking colours and always makes me think, "I should make a quilt like that!" (And someone did.) In this interview, Louisa reveals that a trip to the library led her down a new creative path, how she approaches colour, and how she interprets… Read More

Colour Post: Navy + Gold

My love for navy blue is right up there with my love for grey, black, and white. I imagine that it will adorn my living room or bedroom walls someday. What is special about navy is that it’s an actual colour; I surprise my architect self with this preference. What puts it into this category of… Read More

Colour Post X Have You Met… Lucy Engels

I work intuitively, organically, things just feel right. I like experimenting just to see what happens, but I also set boundaries for myself. - Lucy Engels Lucy Engels is the creative hand behind SkinnyMalinkyQuilts. Located in Edinburgh, Scotland, Lucy is first and foremost a printmaker, screenprinting being her favourite process. She began quilting in 2013… Read More

Crow Quills Analog

This quilt is inspired by Andy Gilmore's digital artwork “08-25-10." The intention was to translate a digital process of generating art into an extreme analog version. The result was 2,160 triangles in 25 different shades.  As my second quilt, this marked the beginning of an evolution in my work, where solids are used exclusively to… Read More