Every new barn quilt begins the same way – with a blank square of wood.
I love researching quilt patterns and combining colors. I have painted nearly 100 wooden quilts to date, and have enjoyed the process for every one of them.
I also love to produce commissioned quilts using my patrons’ favorite patterns and colors.
We usually begin by looking at photos of quilts I have already painted.
The next step is deciding paint colors. I have a well-stocked paint cabinet (OK, it is a re-purposed gun cabinet), and we can usually find a pleasing color combination. If a patron has a custom color in mind, such as a trim paint to match, I am always glad to add to my library.
Finally, we talk about what size best suits their space. I have painted large quilts for large structures and focal points, and tiny ones to tuck into pleasant places.
Turn around time for a commissioned barn quilt is typically 2-3 weeks, depending upon the complexity of the pattern. I’d love to start yours soon! E-mail me for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org