Category Archives: Hand Quilted
Everyday like you I see lots of stuff – most of which I take for granted that it will just be there. Our 1830 house has a back staircase that I use all the time to get to the second … Continue reading
Happy New Year 2021 !!!!!! It’s done – 50 blog posts during 2020 – never had that as a goal, but as the pandemic worsened – reaching out weekly to share”something” was a life-saver to me. For me, the purpose … Continue reading
Thanksgiving after Thanksgiving – ten years and counting – I usually post something about the SIZE of my Thanksgiving Turkey or Turkeys! This year the news tells us to DOWN-SIZE our Turkey Gathering – did you do that? My original … Continue reading
“Hay . . . Keep Your Distance #6” – needed a lot of BIAS binding and a REAL name – so because of the scissor images in one of the fabrics – (see detail below) it has been named “Cutting … Continue reading
Before the 2008 Election, I started working on a piece that I thought would celebrate the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democrats Presidential candidate. History changed my focus when Barack Obama became the nominee. Thus the completed piece shown … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . wonders when will I be able to pick up my Art at MMOA and the Hartford Framing Gallery.
So, as many of you have experienced a lot of museums, galleries, and art shows have been either cancelled, gone virtual, or put on hold. I still have pieces from my “Transfusion” series in two temporarily closed locations in CT. … Continue reading
Catherine Whall Smith . . . is Staying Home Stitching in her Studio and sending the CWA show up-date.
Considering the Chaos (BEFORE)Two of the Results – (AFTER) These two tops are now being hand quilted. I usually photograph the back of the quilt tops (see below) This is the last time I will be able to view the … Continue reading
So, if you remember, during July 2019 I shared my post “Catherine Whall Smith . . enjoys-driving-the-back-roads-of-connecticut. At that time the plastic covered hay bales were dressed up with bunny ears and sunglasses. Today I drove that same road and … Continue reading
Sunday, July 7th on my way to the Mystic Museum of Art in Mystic, CT I can across this, I was eager to get to the “drop-off” in Mystic, so on my way home to Chaplin, CT I stopped on … Continue reading