Quiltline

I have been making practical and functional quilts, that I call Quiltline since 2005, deliberatly developing them as a different range to compliment my studio quilts.

They are also individually crafted, 'one-off' pieces; can be used practically, and are ideal for use on beds or as couch throws. In recent developments Quiltline works are like my 'drawings', and Quiltscapes like my 'paintings'.

The best place to see this range of work is at our annual OPEN STUDIO exhibition, or at this years forthcoming exhibitions.

Gallery instructions:
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  • ‘Order and Chaos’ 2016 – 165 x 222cm (or 65” x 87”) photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail 1, ‘Order and Chaos’ Photo: by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail 2, ‘Order and Chaos’ Photo: by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail 3, ‘Order and Chaos’ Photo: by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Wild Strawberries quilt - 2014 Photo: by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail of 'Wild Strawberries' photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Rye-grass quilt - 2014, 165 x 227cm photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail of 'Rye-grass' photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Quiltline collection 2006 photo Luke Watson
  • Strippy quilt on bed 2006 photo Luke Watson
  • Quiltline collection 2008 photo Luke Watson
  • Helena and John's quilt, 2013 photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Grain by Pauline Burbidge photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail of Grain by Pauline Burbidge photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Wheaten by Pauline Burbidge photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography
  • Detail of Wheaten by Pauline Burbidge photo by Phil Dickson, psd photography