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Suture for a Living · 1d ago

Nurmilintu Scarf

I love how this scarf turned out.  Just finished it earlier this week.  It was knit using ...
Suture for a Living · 2W ago

Theirs

I made this quilt after reading about the use of they as a singular pronoun by many trans individuals rather than he or she. My thinking for this piece was a monogrammed towel as a simple...
Suture for a Living · 1M ago

Death Penalty, RIP Quilt

I made this quilt a few weeks ago as a small protest against the death penalty.  The current news is full of the executions here in Arkansas as the state is trying to conduct multiple execut...
Suture for a Living · 1M ago

On (the) Line Quilt

This year's theme for the Quilt Alliance (https://quiltalliance.org/) yearly contest is "voices."  This is my entry.  I designed it with phone calls to/from my mother (She died almost 8 yrs ...
Suture for a Living · 1M ago

Please, don't litter Quilt

This quilt was made as a nod to the continued need for EPA and environmental protection.  Clean air, water, and land is important to human, wildlife, and plant health. The scene is mostly p...
Suture for a Living · 1M ago

Wall of Resistance Quilt

This quilt is machine pieced with machine appliqued stars (13 of them).  There are also statements (printed on fabric, then appliqued onto the wall) regarding issues that are important to me...
Suture for a Living · 2M ago

Non-felted Slippers for my Husband

These slippers were knitted for my husband using yarn that a colleague's wife gave to me (...
Suture for a Living · 2M ago

Three Hats

As you may be able to tell from the post last week and today after finishing the pleasingl...
Suture for a Living · 2M ago

Drapplique Workshop and GAQS3

A couple of weeks ago a attended a daylong Drapplique workshop given by instructor Pam Holland.  It was one of the workshops associated with the Great Arkansas Quilt Show 3.  Had I known the...
Suture for a Living · 2M ago

Hat and Fingerless Mittens

I made these mittens mostly using some yarn given to me by a colleague's wife.  The fiber ...