Ellen Anne Eddy is an internationally known fibre artist whose wall art goes beyond the traditional concept of quilting. Fish, bugs, birds and frogs are found throughout her art, blending her dreams and vision with the natural world. She uses hand-dyed fabrics, lames, machine embroidery, cut-away applique and layered sheers to create the illusion of flames, water and mist in her work. The chapters guide the reader step-by-step with everything from 'Looking at Quilts' to 'Rehabilitating Troubled Quilts'. The gallery of quilts features both full images and detailed shots. The photographs are bright and colourful, and the illustrations clear and helpful. The quilts are divided into several series and themes, with each section offering inspiration for that theme. It is the author's hope that by sharing her journey as an artist she can inspire her readers in their own artistic journey.