Christy Caravaglio is a fiber artist living in Kent, WA. Her designs are inspired by traditional and contemporary quilt designs as well as an artistic sense of pattern and color. These are informed by her active practices in quilting and knitting as well as her previous career as a graphic and textile artist. She likes to create little moments of surprise and joy for people’s everyday lives.



1996 BFA, Alfred University, Alfred, NY


Grants and Honors

2021 Floating Diamonds, Municipal Arts Commission grant, Renton, WA
2020 Circus Pinwheels, Arts-A-Glowing, Burien, WA

2019 Transition, Arts-A-Glow, Burien, WA

2019 Lamppost Sweaters, Open 4Culture grant, Kent, WA

2019 Yarned Fence, Hazelnut Park Hootenanny, Tukwila, WA


Street Art

2020 Graphic Fence, 208th Street. Kent, WA

2020 Single Panel, James Street. Kent, WA

2020 Musical Post, Auburn, WA 

2019 Inset Diamonds, 196th Ave SE, Kent, WA

2019 On Point, Scootie Brown Park, Auburn, WA

2018 Blooming, Soos Creek Trail, Kent, WA 

2018 Neon Frosting, Soos Creek Trail, Kent, WA 

2018 Four Color Geometry, 208th Street, Kent, WA

2018 Park Bench, Kent, WA 

2018 Rusty Raven Studio, Kent, WA 

2018 Fire, Kent, WA 

2018 Fire Hydrant Posts, Kent, WA 

2019 Sawtooth Star, Old Panther Lake School, Kent, WA

2018 Radiating Diamonds, 196th Ave SE, Kent, WA

2018 Sunset, Soos Creek Trail, Kent, WA



Nina Elliott, Interview with a Street Artist: Christy Caravaglio of ccpatchwork, Rock Vandal, August 14, 2020.