Artist & Teacher

Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse

final quilt

A several weeks ago I showed you the first art quilt in a series about endangered species of Sonoma County; that piece highlighted the plight of Myrtle’s Silverspot Butterfly. This week I finished the second in my series featuring the very charming Salt Marsh Harvest Mouse. Just like Myrtle’s Silverspot, this little mouse is endangered mostly due to habitat loss but climate change and sea level rise are a problem for it too. It seems we humans are a most invasive species and I’m afraid the habitat loss is the main reason for most of these endangered critters. My next quilt will feature the California Tiger Salamander, maybe not quite as cute as the mouse or beautiful as the butterfly, but charming in it’s own way. Look for that in the coming weeks.

I hope you notice the hand printed and marbled fabrics I used in these quilts, I have some upcoming workshops to introduce you to stamping and marbling fabric check out my website for more info.

3 responses

  1. Valerie Komkov Hill

    I love this. It has the charm of Beatrix Potter with a contemporary message. I will share this with our Caprock Art Quilters.

    March 31, 2019 at 4:31 pm

  2. Martha

    What a gorgeous quilt and such a charming mouse!

    March 31, 2019 at 7:01 pm

  3. sally nole

    This is a wonder piece. Thanks !
    Sally Nole

    Sent from my iPhone

    April 2, 2019 at 6:44 am

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