Make Art = Be Happy
I took a little break from ceramics several years ago to spend time in waiting rooms. I needed a lap project to keep my artsy fingers busy. I started quilting in secret. I hoarded fabrics, until I discovered textile dyes.
I have since "come out of the closet" with thread hanging from my hair, pins stuck in my shirt, and fingers dyed every imaginable color.
My great grandmother was a quilter and I have gone from seeing it as a "granny" kinda craft to understanding she was an amazing artist. I am very honored to carry her quilting gene.
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My son named this quilt. It was one of my first attempts to make my own fabric. I used fabric paint and stitched the heck out of this thing. It is a bold and fun piece. 400.00
Sarah is my sister-in-law, one of my best friends and a childbirth Guru. She is "The McMoyler Method." I made this little jacket for her out of an old sweatshirt and all the fabric in my scrap drawer. She can be seen walking around Benicia wearing this. Now that is a good friend! sold
If you are interested in ordering or have any questions about the art on this page you can email Gina Gabriell for prices, availability, and commissions. email@example.com