Footnotes are my foot-square (12x12inch) art works. In literature, a footnote explains, expands or documents the main text. My footnotes supplement and expand my body of work by offering a way to to concentrate on one or two aspects of my process and work on design on a small scale. The foot-square size is often my choice for works with cloth and/or paper that I layer, laminate, collage and stitch. Making small compositions lets me dig into the scrap box to use the last bits of a particularly interesting surface design on cloth that I painted, discharged, drew, printed, inked or dyed for large scale work. My presentation has evolved so that I layer art-quilt footnotes with stiff Peltex batting, frequently mounting on cradled board or stretchers. Paper works well with cloth or on its own. Working to a standard format and size enables disparate art works to be combined in a coherent presentation.