Kristi Rae Wilson
Lolita, New Woman’s Dress Sheer Layer, Buffalo Exchange DonationLolita, New Woman’s Dress Sheer Layer, Buffalo Exchange DonationFor Xmas gift, small pin wheel block on a 9 patch block, 7-16-2000Intentions of an anonymous quilter: For Xmas gift, small pin wheel block on a 9 patch block, 7-16-2000misc.redIntentions of an Anonymous Quilter: Redmisc.blueIntentions of an Anonymous Quilter: blue.Intentions of an Anonymous Quilter: Greenmisc.green.2Intentions of an anonymous quilter: 3-8-96, Sue 2, Deep green bottom, flower 	green center, blue for skyUntitledUntitledmisc.purplepurplemisc.battingmisc.whitemisc.green
Intentions
Wilson’s most recent body of work, Intentions of an Anonymous Quilter, transforms an anonymous crafter's bag of remnant fabrics into one-of-a-kind jewelry. When Wilson found a plastic Ziploc bag with unfinished written instructions for two projects and fabric remnants from 1996, she knew she had made a unique discovery. The experience prompted her to create an entire new body of work, in which she combined the fabric remnants with scrap sterling and fine silver from 2001-2011 to arrange and fabricate decorative and functional jewelry components.
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