Hilary Clark ~ Quilt Artist
Over the last two weeks, I’ve built the quilt sandwich and begun quilting.
In my mind, in the poem, the rain isn’t heavy, but it’s steady and it takes quite a bit of time to produce all the streams. 50 more words
4 days, 16 hours
This is a slow going piece of art (I believe it will end up artful – I was filled with that skepticism that often arises at the mid-point of a project until the leaves were added). 100 more words
2 weeks, 4 days
I spent the best part of the week creating the “canvas” for Words for Grey, so this is going to be a short post because there’s not a lot of status, or work, to report. 289 more words
3 weeks, 4 days
In previous posts (here and here), I mentioned the poem that provided the inspiration to combine my poetry with my quilts. Around this same time, I was also reading… 263 more words
Baking Sweets for My Sweets
I’m working my way through the stack of recipe pages I’ve torn out of King Arthur Flour catalogs. This weekend, I made Focaccia. I wanted something simple but with great flavor that went beyond the yumminess of bread. 570 more words
The Kite Perspective is finished!
I’m amazed at how pleased I am that I finally made this quilt. I’ve carried the design in my head for close to a decade and to see it come to life was so satisfying. 275 more words
1 month, 1 week
I’ve written a post or two about sourdough bread. While those breads were yummy, they lacked that little extra tang that comes from true, San Francisco-style sourdough. 643 more words