I began quilting in the mid to late 90's while living in Bonner and serving as pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church, largely because there were quite a few wonderful quilters in the congregation and the area.
I had made a few simple block quilts when my children, now ranging from 36-44, were small, but had occupied my creative muses since that time with wood work, needlepoint, cooking, etc. When I got back to quilting, I did so with a vengeance, and always have several quilts spinning in my head before I have the time to actually make them.There are so many wonderful fabrics available since quilting has reemerged as a popular art form in this country and around the world. I love to make use of many different patterns, colors, and hues in my quilts, but I gravitate mostly to bright and intense colors and lots of movement.
The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Golden, Colorado currently is exhibiting "Male Call: Quilts Made by Men."
Carl's quilt "Blue is Orange and Orange is Blue" is a part of that exhibit.
Montana Men Who Quilt
Fair exhibit proves real men quilt Lake County Leader: Read more about Carl and Montana Men Who Quilt.
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