Meet Bonnie.........

I have to create. It can be home decor, drawing, sewing, inventing new uses for

things, or new ways to do things.


I first learned to sew on my mother's machine. I can still see where it was and what I sewed. It was like magic-fast, amazing and a bit scary. From then on I was hooked and have sewn almost everything our family has needed, short of underwear and attaching buttons! (I have to draw the line somewhere!)


Since about 2000, I have developed Landscapes in Fabric into the creative business it is today. I love the solitude of the the work time and interactions with people who enjoy discussing the art process, and viewing my work. 


Because of the pandemic,  I teach classes give presentations virtually. I love it! Ironically, I was an elementary teacher for 35 years and at the time, hated giving presentations! Now I love it!

For many years I only did raw edge applique and thread sketching/painting. I pride myself in not using any paint or ink to enhance the images. (Ok, once in a while I do write house numbers with a fine marker, but that's it.) 

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Awards & Recognition

  • Honorable Mention, "Boats at Dawn", Peace River Quilters Show-2017

  • Honorable Mention, "Into the Sunset", Peace River Quilters Show-2017

  • Honorable Mention, "Tiki Hut", Peace River Quilters Show -2015

  • First Place Double Award for "Blue Winter" and "Glorious Everglades -2014

  • 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in three different categories, Members Flower Challenge, Art Quilters Unlimited

  • Hirdie Girdie Gallery, Sanibel, FL Coop Gallery Member -2014

  • 2nd Place "Everglades Avenue", Alliance for the Arts -2013

  • 1st Place Mixed Media, "1800s Garden" 4th Annual Juried Arts Competition

  • Honorable Mention, "Lady Slipper" Hopkins Center for the Arts

  • Award of Excellence, "From Sea to Shining Sea", Hopkins Center for the Arts

  • "From Sea to Shining Sea" Freedom-The Fiber of our Nation, juried exhibit, Minneapolis Textile Center