Honeyquilts

Creations By Honey

Los Angeles, California · 15 Sales

Honeyquilts

Creations By Honey

Los Angeles, California 15 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Note from shop owner Thanks for stopping by. I am busy making art! I am looking forward to reopening soon with an array of very cool pieces.

The emphasis will be on quilt and fiber art. However I can't resist showing off my work in other media and will include select watercolors and monoprints - stand alone and mounted on greeting cards.

As always, a few pieces of classy jewelry will round off the mix.

Please email me at: honeyquilts [!at] gmail.com with any questions!

Thanks for visiting my Etsy Shop - I look forward to seeing you back soon!

Guila

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Jul 25, 2016

Thanks for stopping by. I am busy making art! I am looking forward to reopening soon with an array of very cool pieces.

The emphasis will be on quilt and fiber art. However I can't resist showing off my work in other media and will include select watercolors and monoprints - stand alone and mounted on greeting cards.

As always, a few pieces of classy jewelry will round off the mix.

Please email me at: honeyquilts [!at] gmail.com with any questions!

Thanks for visiting my Etsy Shop - I look forward to seeing you back soon!

Guila

Guila Greer

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Guila Greer

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margaretschettler1

margaretschettler1 on Jan 6, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

I gave these as a Christmas gift. The recipient says the colors are so perfect for her wardrobe that she wore them almost every day for the first week after Christmas. They are even prettier in person.

margaretschettler1

margaretschettler1 on Apr 22, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

I bought these earrings as a gift. They are even prettier in person. My friend really loves them. The copper wires are heavier than what I'm used to. They were uncomfortable for me when I tried them on, but are not a problem for my friend who received them. I will definitely purchase again from Creations by Honey.

Patricia W, Tingley

Patricia W, Tingley on Apr 15, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Bought these for the copper finds and find they go beautifully with my amber necklace as well as the copper pin!

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About

Becoming Honey the Artist

Guila Greer is a long time sewer and quilter who is now a self proclaimed Fiberholic, Bead and Art Quilt Nut. While going to school, raising a family and enjoying two satisfying careers Guila continued developing her skills with all kinds of needle and beading crafts, and photography. Most recently she has added mixed media and watercolor to her repertoire and finds herself on a journey to uncover, develop and to express the inner artist that she has so joyfully let loose.
“I am in love with color - saturated vibrant color. An example of "fun" for me is experimenting with color combinations that defy the rules. I have also learned that there truly are no "art police" when it comes to one's personal expression of creativity; no right or wrong way. It just has to feel right and look right to you; - it is all a voyage of discovery. I just can’t imagine doing anything else.”
Several of Guila’s quilts, both traditional and art quilts have been displayed at Quilting in the Valley in Northridge, California, Lefferts Historic House and the Audubon Society in New York City.
She has had her work Going Around in All the Best Circles juried into the Pacific International Quilt Show.
Guila teaches art quilting and traditional quilting in Southern California.

Guila is the author of the blog: The Mystical Allure of All Things Fiber since 2007. Of late she has added tutorials to the blog that have received attention and thanks from her readers.

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    Guila Greer is a long time sewer and quilter who is now a self proclaimed Fiberholic, Bead and Art Quilt Nut.

Shop policies

Last updated on November 30, 2014
My goal is that you, the buyer, will be absolutely delighted when you receive your purchase. My hope is that you will receive as much pleasure wearing or using your item as I did in creating it.

I strive to give complete descriptions about each item including detailed photographs. If there is any aspect that is unclear please email me and I will be happy to provide any additional information required.

Materials used for art quilts include cotton and specialty fabrics as required. A variety of threads is used in construction and for embellishment. Surface painting may be incorporated as well as the addition of beads, heat set crystals or found objects.

Lap quilts and bed quilts are constructed of quilt shop quality 100% cotton fabric that has been prewashed. I usually piece the tops with cotton thread as well. The quilting may include thread other than cotton depending on the "look" I'm trying to generate.

Accepted payment methods

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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
  • Money Order
Payment
You have many options including Paypal and popular credit cards.
I prefer Paypal if possible.
Shipping
Shipping: All items will be carefully wrapped and shipped by United States Post Office either first class or Priority Mail as suitable.
Insurance is highly recommended for any item valued above $25.00 This will be at buyer's expense.


I will ship within 1 to 2 business days of your order for "in stock" items.

Convo me anytime to discuss commissioned requests for art quilts, earrings or bracelets.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are dissatisfied with your purchase for any reason please return it for a full refund.
Buyer is responsible for cost of return shipping.

All returns must be made within two weeks of receipt.
Additional policies and FAQs
All pieces that are meant to be wall hung will have some means of doing so attached. For example, a fabric sleeve will be attached to the top of art quilts.