Compiling the illustrated catalogue of my art quilts over the past 30 years is interesting, and I’m now about 3/4 through and enjoying this challenging project. There have been one or two surprises, and this little wall quilt is one of them. When I came across the details “Forest Floor, 2000, 55cm x 46cm” in my list of quilts, it took a bit of scrolling through a folder of earlier quilts to match these details with an image which had no caption – of a small wall quilt which I simply did not remember making until I recognised some of the fabrics, the style I’d often used and the undeniable evidence of this photo I took at the opening of my solo exhibition at The Embassy of Australia in Washington D.C., June 2005. I guess I must have finished it shortly before packing to go up to USA without leaving enough time to take it into my photographer Eduardo Baldizan’s studio, because I have good photos of everything else in that show. My record says this is Miriam, standing with presumably her young daughter beside the quilt, and that she bought it that night. My embarrassment is that I don’t remember Miriam’s family name! If anyone recognises her, I’d appreciate your letting me know who she is.