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.


See the list on my Schedule for information about upcoming exhibitions of my thread sculptures, wearable art, and art quilts.

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 "Gold Leaf" teapot and several others of my work have been juried into the morgan contemporary glass gallery 11th teapot invitational. It is made of cotton fabric and metallic threads, hand and machine stitched.
(I have more new work, just no time to put it on this website!
Gold Leaf Tea

The new issue of Machine Quilting Unlimited magazine features "Fly Me to the Moon", which includes my art quilt, "Michael Collins". It is inspired by his experience orbiting the moon alone during the Apollo 11 mission.
Michael Collins

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

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