Lake quilts

 

I make my lake quilts from large pieces of fabric--no tiny squares of calico for me. I often use bold, vibrant colors to caputure the vibrant vibe of Lake George, but I am also a fan of the moody gray days and enjoy using silks to convey those days as well.

 

Why quilts? Well, they speak of comfort, of home, of security, of peace. It's a way to wrap yourself up in the lake. It's a way to banish the homesick-for-the-lake mid-winter blues. It's a way to stay warm, body and soul.

The first lake quilt--for Julia
The first lake quilt--for Julia
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The second lake quilt
The second lake quilt
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View from Forest Bay
View from Forest Bay
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NLGYC Racing
NLGYC Racing
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Sally skiing
Sally skiing
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View from Peter Haven
View from Peter Haven
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Anthony's Nose at Night
Anthony's Nose at Night

Winter view

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Anthony's Nose
Anthony's Nose
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Dome Island
Dome Island
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Huletts Island
Huletts Island
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Anthony's Nose
Anthony's Nose
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Waltonian Islands
Waltonian Islands
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Sunrise and Anthony's Nose
Sunrise and Anthony's Nose
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South From Commons' Beach
South From Commons' Beach
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Gray WGL
Gray WGL
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For me
For me
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Anthony's Nose and reflection
Anthony's Nose and reflection
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Sugarbush and Black Mtns
Sugarbush and Black Mtns
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Wintergreen Lake and Big Notch
Wintergreen Lake and Big Notch
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Anthony's Nose
Anthony's Nose
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Anthony's Nose
Anthony's Nose
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Hulett's Islands
Hulett's Islands
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