Ann L. Scott
  • San Diego, CA
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Tell us about yourself—as much or as little as you like.
I began quilting over twenty years ago and now work as a studio artist making fiber art, painting fabric and art quilts. I dabble is other art mediums as well.
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Do you want to make quilts, or simply enjoy them?
How long have you been a quilter?
over 25 years
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Why do you quilt?
making art is important
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At 12:36pm on July 11, 2015, rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP said…
hello ann, your latest art quilt is now my favorite of your amazing art quilts! it's so delicate, beautiful. love the quilting and the frame ..amazing details! i do wish we could comment on the pic tho. you can set to "monitor" comments if you like, as opposed to no comments allowed via "settings"
At 9:37pm on July 10, 2015, Riana Noyes said…

Ann, your garden quilt is l see why you put the outer border separately...with all that background quilting in the center, the outer part would surely get wavy with less quilting.Love the effect!

At 9:29am on July 10, 2015, Vickie Smith said…

Ann, love your Garden View Art.  For some reason it wouldn't let me make a comment with the picture.  

At 2:13am on October 18, 2013, Julie Beard said…

Hello Ann, I thoroughly enjoyed watching you paint your wonderful piece of fabric. You have an obvious painting and drawing background. Some years ago I was very interested in learning how to do silk painting but where I live in Australia it has numerous limitations with getting supplies to start up such endeavours.  So I turned to quilting instead but every now and then I am drawn back to my dream by someone elses endeavours.  Because how you have your fabric setup is very much like the silk painting set up, and perhaps one day I will get there.  Will continue to watch your space for inspiration. Thank you so much for sharing. Julie Beard

At 6:43pm on June 23, 2013, Mary Moore said…

The Storytelling logo is reverse applique.  The tapestries are an ongoing series of local history.  I hope to live long enough to see the first 13 which will go wall to wall in the little schoolhouse(186?) turned cultural center.

At 9:24pm on June 21, 2013, Vickie Smith said…

Love your quilts.  Amazing and beautiful.

At 3:28am on June 21, 2013, Maartje Quilt said…

Thank you!


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