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Martha Wolfe & Ellen Lindner

October 25, 2010

Fiber Art Exhibit:
Dirty Dozen Exposed! 2010

Marhta Wolfe, 2009

7th annual exhibit

©2009 Martha Wolfe
From October 2nd through October 31st,
Boutique 4 Quilters
The Dirty Dozen Fiber Artists will transform the Boutique 4 Quilters
classroom into an exhibit of over 50 original fiber art pieces,
made with a variety of exciting materials and techniques. 
In addition, two group projects will be featured. 
Reception October 2nd, 2-4 PM
General viewing during regular store hours
Boutique 4 Quilters is located at
2945 W. New Haven Ave., West Melbourne, FL 
Store hours are M-F 9:30-5, Sat. 9:30-4.  Phone 321-768-2060
Dirty Dozen Fiber Artists include SAQA members
Ellen Lindner and Martha Wolfe


Ellen Lindner

January 15, 2010


 Publication Times Three

 I was delighted to recently learn that I will have three quilts included in the upcoming book 500 Art Quilts!  Published by Lark Books, it is described as “an inspiring collection of contemporary work.”


My three pieces to be included are, Reconciliation


Ti Plants

Ti Plants A-Glow-Glow

Out of the Blue



and Out of the Blue

Each applicant was allowed to submit three pieces.  I guessed there might be sections with a variety of themes, so I sent three very different pieces.  It seems  my strategy paid off.

More info on the book can be found at .


Julie Feingold

January 15, 2010

Harwich MA – dual membership

Well…I may as well join the bandwagon!

I am a SAQA member and I have created a quilt called the Lost Heroes Art Quilt. It honors the service men and women who lost their lives in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The quilt was dedicated in Washington, D.C. in late September at the Time of Remembrance and it will travel for two years around the United States.

If anyone is interested, you can visit the website:  There is also a ompanion book whose proceeds (100%) go to Snowball Express, a charitable organization that supports the young children of the fallen.

Also, I’d love to know if there are any art quilting groups in south Florida that I can become a part of.

I also live in Massachusetts for part of the year.


Juanita Yeager

January 15, 2010

Altamonte Springs

Lilies in Bloom

I moved to Altamonte Springs in October of ’09.  I am a SAQA member, I’d like to announce that I will have an exhibit consisting of 10 of my quilts in Ann Arbor, MI  Feb 15 to April 12 as part of the University of Michigan Health System’s Gift for Art Program.  The work will be displayed in the 2D UH Main Lobby Gallery.   Here is one of the pieces that will be there, Titled “Lilies in Bloom” completed Dec ’09, measures 38″ wide by 44.5″ long, Dye painted on Silk broadcloth, machine quilted.

Any questions you can contact me at my e-mail address.


Candice Phelan

January 15, 2010


 I am also new to S. Florida and looking for an art-quilting community.   I am not nearly as accomplished as Laurie, but I recently retired from a demanding corporate career and now finally have time to focus on art quilting.  All of the groups I have found in S. Florida seem oriented to sewing and more traditional quilting, but I would love the energy and inspiration of an art quilting community.   I have an art background from college and did some weaving, pottery, graphic, and photographic design there as well, and, in the intervening years, have continually used sewing, fabrics, and many fiber-art techniques to create one-of-a-kind pieces.  In the past, because of long hours and lots of travel, I was never able to join a group, but now I am very much looking forward to learning from others and sharing what I can.

I live in Wellington, but would be delighted to participate from Delray to Jupiter, East or West and am available days or nights.   Thanks so much!


Laurie Dodd

January 15, 2010


I have just moved from Denver to Jupiter, FL.  I’m trying to find other fiber artists in the Jupiter area that might possibly have studio space to sublet.  I’d like to get connected in the fiber art community in SE Florida (if there is one).  I completed Jane Dunnewold’s mastery course in surface design last year and have been in two design groups in Denver.  One is ArtStrings which includes Susan Crouse Kemp and Deidre Adams.  The other is 3X which includes Carol Waugh (Denver’s SAQA rep).


Maureen O’Doogan

January 15, 2010



Maureen is no longer a co-rep as she has adopted a new machine and has no time for other things as she  is …. “in the middle of moving my studio (long story) and setting up a longarm business.  i have no new work to report. aargh!!!  well, hang on… I’m going to have two pieces in the lark “500 art quilts” book due out next spring.  and I’m going to be in a three person exhibit at the Tallahassee airport next year.”