With Sarah’s ever growing love of plants and nature, Terrestrial focuses her thoughts on the smallest details of plants to a large living wall. She loves to see a rigid concrete surface taken over by climbing, creeping, sprouting organisms. Closing in on a mossy tree, imagining the lichen as an embellishment of sequins and stitches on a rough trunk. Terrestrial is inspired by lines and marks, organic and manmade.
Lots of great features in recent UK magazines. Here’s some of the highlights!
The Prismatic Quilt was inspired by the fractal view of an insect. A macro take on a micro vision suitably designed by Michelle Engel Bencsko and pieced and quilted by Linda Spiridon in Sarah Watson’s mesmerizing Biology and Cirrus Solids.
Pardon us as we indulge in a few beauty shots in nature. We couldn’t pick a favorite!
Visit collection page for full collection details and a beautiful free Prismatic quilt project.
Be inspired! Take a tour of our October ’14 Quilt Market booth.
Fluttery pinwheels accentuate the movement of Arcadia’s prints in this delightful quilt pieced by Linda Spiridon and quilted by Martha Betts.