above: "Furl", quilted scene, 14 x 19 x 7 inches



Eileen Doughty's specialties are creating landscape art quilts, and three-dimensional thread sculptures. She founded Doughty Designs in 1991 and has been creating commissioned quilts, textile art, and fiber art jewelry ever since. She also teaches and lectures on various aspects of quilting.

News

"Fly Me to the Moon" will be a special presentation at the Library of Congress this October. I have three quilts in this exhibition. The presentation will feature the book of all the quilts (same title) and pictures of many of them.

Check out my online shop, particularly for my fiber-art jewelry and thread sculptures! Here is the page: ARTIZAN, made by hand

ARTIZAN made by hand

My "Elm Tree" teapot is made of cotton threads, hand and machine stitched. It is one of my thread sculptures that will be exhibited at an exhibition of work by EDGE artists - see the list on my Schedule for information about upcoming exhibitions of my work.
(I have more new work, just no time to put it on this website!
Elm Tree Tea

Watch a fun little video showing how I made "Phishy," a small thread sculpture.


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