Clark’s Bridge – 19”H X 24”W. One of my first stitched photos. A classic photo of the old bridge abutment near our family retreat in Limerick, Maine. The bridge washed out in the 1927 flood, never to be rebuilt.
Greensboro – 18”H X 24”W. Cotton. This photo was taken along the Great Circle cross country ski trail in Greensboro, Vermont. It was featured in the November/December 2017 edition of Machine Quilting Unlimited.
Horseshoe Pond – 17”H X 23”W. Silk. A quiet foggy morning on Horseshoe Pond in Maine. There is a perfectly intact spider web inside the floating leaf, with the spider standing guard. Photo by Dorothy Thayer.
Late October – 17”H X 24”W. Cotton. iPhone snapshot taken on the commute home in late October. Photo by Nalini Cheatham.
New Year’s Day
New Year’s Day – 17”H X 21”W. Cotton. What better way to spend a frigid New Year’s Day (2013) than to hike up the Frost Trail to see every branch covered with snow.
Nineteen Mile Brook
Nineteen Mile Brook – 17”H X 21”W. Cotton. A glorious hike up the 19 Mile Brook Trail near Pinkham Notch in NH on a chilly February day.
Season’s Cusp – 12”H X 13”W. Cotton. Photo by Chuck Hogan.
Snow on Memorial Day
Snow on Memorial Day – 17”H X 21”W. Cotton. It snowed on Mount Mansfield on Memorial Day 2013.
Sunrise Over Camels Hump
Sunrise over Camel’s Hump – 18”H X 23”W. Some of my friends are at the right place at the right time, take a photo and then post their images on Facebook. This image was taken in November 2017 on the shores of Shelburne Bay. Photo by Cat McKeen.
Off Season – 17”H X 26”W. Silk. Friends can be incredibly generous in giving me permission to pull their photos from Facebook to feature in my quilts. This winter scene was taken on Cape Cod. Photo by Jen Thompson.
Sunrise over Shelburne Bay
Sunrise over Shelburne Bay - 18”H x 24 “W. Silk. A thin veneer of ice along the shore can reflect light as well as snow. Photo by Cat McKeen.
Hosta – 20”H X 20”W. Five copies of the same photo printed onto cotton. Four in black and white, arranged in a kaleidoscope pattern, and a color one cut up and individual leaves strategically placed onto each photo.
Biddeford Pool – 13”H X 11.5”W. Cotton. Original photo taken at Biddeford Pool, Maine. That single pink rose caught my eye.
Chicken 2 - 16"H X 12"W. Cotton. This rooster visited our front yard on Thanksgiving Day. This is the second quilt I made using this photo. Photo by Becca Standish.
Limerick Canopy – 22”H X 16”W. Silk. Lie down on the deck, hold your phone up to the sky on a mid-July afternoon, snap the photo. Photo by Nalini Cheatham.
April Ice - 23”H x 16 “W. Cotton. This photo speaks to the reality of April in Vermont. I was captivated by the texture of the icicles, and the intense greens that persisted all winter. Photo by Jon Bondy