I found quilter Erin Wilson somewhere on the interwebs and I instantly realized that she was onto something. Her newest series of quilts explores geometric shapes, many reminiscent of architecture and objects.

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She explains, “My natural state is intricate color, pattern, and grid, and this work developed from a desire to peel away these layers, with guidelines of two values (dark and light), silhouette shapes, and a loose, simple layout.”

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Each quilt is one-of-a-kind, made with hand-dyed cotton fabric, batting, and thread.

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