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Seeing Red (2003)

Seeing Red started out as a round robin block exercise with Julie Zaccone Stiller and Adrienne Acoba. We sent each other squares of red fabric and proceeded to add circles to them in the bullseye pattern. When the blocks were complete, we cut the squares up and kept some of each block and sent other parts to the others, so the quilts are truly ‘sister’ quilts. The arrangement of the blocks are our own. Colleen Granger did a masterful job quilting this quilt. The project has expanded to the point where we plan to create a bullseye quilt for many colors. Feelin' Blue (insert link to this quilt on my site) is the next in the series. The interesting thing about this pattern is the way one can play with color. It is interesting to see the colors change as additional layers of fabric are added.

This quilt was shown at:
East Bay Heritage Quilters Show 2004
Marin Quilt & Needle Arts Show 2004

Collection of the artist


  • 100% cotton fabric
  • 100% cotton thread

  • Techniques:

  • Machine piecing
  • Hand sewing
  • Machine applique'
  • Seeing Red

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