February Art Challenge: Red Hot

February Art Challenge: Red Hot

Red is a very sensual color. When you think of the color red, romance and passion are the first things that come to mind. So, it’s no surprise that the color red is everywhere in February. After all, Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Pretty much every store you walk...
Jim Yates and The Sombrero Known Around The World

Jim Yates and The Sombrero Known Around The World

Howdy, ya’ll! I figured since today was inauguration day I would share this portrait quilt I did of a friend of ours, Jim Yates. We met him last year when my husband and I were following Donald Trump around on the campaign trail selling t-shirts. That whole experience...
Anniversary Portrait Quilt

Anniversary Portrait Quilt

First off, I would like to wish my husband a great big happy anniversary. Five years ago today we said our “I dos” at a charming little wooden wedding chapel in the mountains. Even though we eloped, it was still a perfect day, that I will cherish forever. Anyway, I...
September Art Challenge: Autumn Colors

September Art Challenge: Autumn Colors

Fall is right around the corner. September 22nd marks the first day of autumn, and I’m so ready for the slight chill in the air and all the pretty fall colors. That’s the type of weather that’s perfect to stroll through the park with a nice cup of coffee, you know?...
August Art Challenge: School Spirit

August Art Challenge: School Spirit

Back in my school days, I remember always feeling nervous yet excited at the beginning of August. A new school year was about to start, and I was full of nervous wonder of all the possibilities the year could hold. What would I learn this year? How would things be...
July Art Challenge: Red, White, and Blue

July Art Challenge: Red, White, and Blue

Happy 4th of July everyone! In celebration of our nation’s independence day, I decided this month’s art challenge should be all about red, white, and blue. This piece is a 9 ½ x 13-inches art quilt. I kept the look simple and classic. The end result...