About Me



............1970-1976,
Fashion illustration
for my parent's shop............


............1978, Charles,
1980, Jane (the original red ridinghood),
arrive............

.........1992,
Rug Hooking Magazine............

............1998, Folk Art Animals............



............1999, Special Occasion
Table Runners............

............2004, Wool On Wool............

...........once upon a time...........



............1976, College graduation and
marriage to Chris............








............1991, "Spheres",
The Celebration
of Hand-Hooked Rugs............
............1995, WOW! Wool on Wool............

............1999, Vogue Craft............

............2000,
American Patchwork Quilting............

............2005, Making Things............

....................2011, .......

8 comments:

  1. Love your style, really inspiring, having two young kids I love designs that are homely and family friendly. Thankyou for sharing your beautiful talents. :0)

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  2. Thanks for visiting my site!

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  3. I love what you do. All the different things that you do. I have seen your article in the American Patchwork & Quilting. August 2000 Folk Flowers
    I have just the picture and was wondering if you still have that article with all the details & patterns. I would love to have the complete
    article and would buy it if I could. I have been saving cherrywood fabrics to make it only not to have the complete pattern.
    Seeing all that you do , I just would be so delighted & honored to be able to make it !!
    icmcwm@eastex.net

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    1. Hi Ina,
      I probably have the pattern somewhere!
      Thanks for you enthusiasm.
      Janet

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  4. Hi Janet,
    I only recently discovered your blog. I love your art and just spent some time hunting down three of your books via secondary sellers on Amazon. Can't wait to receive them!
    I will be reading your blog from now on.
    Cheers, Linda

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  5. Hi Linda,
    So glad you found my world! I do love what I do.
    Janet

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  6. What an amazing work you are doing in your cabinet of curiosities. Thank you for sharing your talent.

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  7. I had no idea that you have such a wide experience in fiber arts. I was introduced to your work via your stump work (my favorite type of embroidery). The more exposure one gets to various methods of working, the more depth one can achieve-- at least that is what I believe. Thank you for your blog. I look forward to seeing your posts.

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