Foggy Thicket

When the weather starts to turn, there are times when the air can’t decide whether to be liquid or solid. So we get fog, especially by the rivers and creeks. This lap quilt shows those strange times when the river starts to steam and fog blankets the trees.

2.3.17. Update: New pictures!

With this version of Foggy Thicket, we not only wanted to show the fog but the change of the seasons. Foggy thicket starts with the bloom of pink flowers on the trees, followed by the unfurling green leaves of summer. Next the fiery oranges of autumn quickly give way to the bare branches of winter. It’s all a mix of batiks, prints, Japanese taupes, if it was the right color it was going in the quilt.

The quilting was done by Kris Vierra. I love the feather she added in the stream.

Foggy Thicket 68″ x 77″

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