Altitudinal Ecosystem is a design I created while participating in Quilt Design a Day. Anne Sullivan (@playcrafts) provided the inspiration photo of lakes and snow-capped, tree-covered mountains in November 2014. I loved the inspiration as it reminded me of my ecology studies, the mountain highlighting the diversity of species and how they change as altitude increases. This is an Altitudinal Ecosystem..
Altitudinal Ecosystem, August 2015
by Michelle Wilkie
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About the Designer
Michelle Wilkie has a love for modern quilting and design, which allows her to incorporate both her art and STEM backgrounds. Michelle is a Sew Mama Sew Contributor with her series of tutorials on (quilt) Design to Reality. Her work has also been featured in 1000 Quilt Inspirations by Sandra Sider, Craftsy blog posts, Spoonflower blog posts, Quilt Now, and Love Patchwork & Quilting magazines. Michelle has also won three recent design competitions: the Winning Entry: Designer’s Choice Award on Threadbias & Penguin+ Fish; Winner of Jungle Ave Quilt design Competition (Sara Lawson @ Sew Sweetness, Quilt Now) and February Block of the Month, Cloud 9 Cirrus Solids. Her favorite part of making quilts is designing and sewing the quilt tops, and she is currently the President of the Triangle Modern Quilt Guild. You can find her on Instagram @ml_wilkie and on her blog factotum-of-arts.com