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

Winter view

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