These extraordinary, artist-made treasures don’t just fill the home—they feed the soul.
RUE DE L’EGLISE QUILT Marilyn Armand, Le Point Visible Bedford, Quebec Seven years ago, when Marilyn Armand moved to Quebec, she learned heritage quilting from a local women’s group. This led her to realize that, as she says, “I want to make quilting alive again, to explore it as a piece of art.” She launched Le Point Visible, repurposing textiles to create modern, vibrant quilts—which can take 50 hours each to complete—in patterns inspired by nature and architecture. “I don’t waste anything; smaller scraps can be used as table runners or cushions,” says Armand, who works with upcycled 15-to-120-foot rolls of new fabric that companies usually toss. “I love what I do. It’s been five years and there hasn’t been a day that I didn’t want to quilt.” @lepointvisible
By Yelena Moroz Alpert
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