15” tall, 7” wide100% wool, wet and needle felted Decorative, textural, whimsical, evocative, one of a kind soft sculpture. The fox captivates our imagination as a being between states, and often appears as a trickster, gentle companion, or both. This doll is part fox, part woman, and part vessel. Decorative and functional, she can hold…

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Felted vessels is an idea that I continue to explore. These hanging baskets can be plant holders, or for any objects that one might want to keep handy such a keys or jewelry. Color, texture, size, and shape all come into play and I am still refining how I want use these elements.

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2021, 40″x40″ 100% cotton batik fabric overdyed with indigo dye, free motion quilted Yosi Quilt was named for the recipient, a friend’s child. I had the idea that it could stay at the studio and make it a little easier for my friend to come for frequent co-working days and have one less item to…

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In the winter of 2019-2020 I created a series of wool felt zipper pouches that I began to refer to as pods. The unlined pods range in size from about 5 to 7 inches across and the lined pod is larger at about 10 inches. The zipper pulls were created from the piece of wool…

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44″ x 44″ hand dyed 100% cotton fabric, rayon embroidery thread2020 This quilt was made as a collaboration with Henriette Abitz, using her line art drawings to create embroidery files. I machine embroidered the tools and maker heart as the center motif, and used free motion quilting to fill spaces between the tool designs. All…

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2018-20199” tallupcycled/repurposed upholstery fabric samplesHand embroidered face details with 100% wool yarn, polyester stuffing Puff pods are comforting and friendly creatures. The puff pod’s natural habitat is wooded areas and they will create nests and burrows among mossy tree roots. However, puff pods also easily adapt to living rooms, bedside tables, and other cozy spaces.Made…

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2019-202010″ tallneedle felted wool, upholstery and quilting fabrics Winged guides are evocative of shape shifting between animal and human forms and invite personal associations and interpretation.  Each winged guide starts with a unique combination of patterned and textured fabrics to create the body and wings. The faces are then needle felted, drawing from colors and…

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