Kim Lacy's quilt, Ammonite Celebration, does not fit into a "traditional" shape for a quilt. It does, however, fit the requirements of nature in that it is inspirational and quite beautiful.

She writes, "I am inspired by the shapes and forms of nature. My access to the professional and amateur photography of my friends is a constant source of inspiration. Their images of wildlife, natural wonders, and fractals have been the focus of many of my quilts. Geology and paleontology have also influenced much of my recent work, especially the fractal nature of the ammonite."

Ammonite Celebration won 2nd Place Wall Stationary Machine, AQS, Spring Paducah, KY 2017.

Watch Kim in Show 2606.

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Non-Rotating

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 35 Pieces Rotating

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 99 Pieces Rotating

AmmoniteCelebrationbyKimLacy - 300 Pieces Rotating

Original Photo: Mary Kay Davis

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