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Susan Poet - quilter/quiltist


Artist Statement

An adult education class in quilting more than 40 years ago gave me an introduction to this craft, but there was so much more to learn! It has been a great 5-year journey learning about fabric designers, dealing with color and attempting new techniques. I have found support for my craft in guilds, clubs and shops. While I will always be fond of traditional block patterns, I find myself leaning toward new and modern piecing. I am finding varied color combinations fun and exciting. I do not lean in any one direction. I simply make what I like: traditional, modern, whimsical, etc., and I always look for a challenge.

Artistic Process

I find myself drawn to the texture, design and color of fabrics. Natural fibers make the best quilts, most often cotton. Precise cutting is imperative, and a quarter inch seam is a must. Quality tools and machines are, of course, helpful. There is as much room for improvisation as one may wish.


©2024 Susan Poet. All rights reserved. Duplication is not allowed without permission.



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