Quetarshe (Car-ta-shay) is a fiber and textiles design studio that creates textiles and decorative arts for the home, fashion, public, theater and educational industries.

Using research from other fields such as art history, decorative arts, and architecture, we create exciting new textiles designs to fit your lifestyle or project. Visit our gallery for a new and fresh outlook on historical textiles with an Eco friendly base, and contemporary themes from past and present.

The studio uses the research from other fields such as art history, decorative arts or architecture, and create exciting new textiles designs past and present to fit your lifestyle or project. We create new materials and techniques to create balanced aesthetics in all of the one-of a kind works of textiles/or fiber arts. This site offers the investor a new and fresh outlook on historical textiles with an Eco friendly base, contemporary themes, from the past to the present.

Theater Set Design

Sheila M. Palmer Set Design, for stage production at Wayne State University Bonstelle Theater 2001 "Song of Jacob Zulu" was a sensation with a fiber woven organic and textile feel to the stage that had never been done before. Lighting and costume was also...

Great Hot Summer Days Left!

Come stock up on gauzy tunoic & crisp color tops, wide leg breezy paints, silk head wraps and raw silk jewelry-all hand painted, and crafted! Also featuring large fabrics for the home and our new hot item - tote bags for carrying all your great finds!

71 Garfield Detroit

Current Projects

Sheila M. Palmer is currently working on felted prayer rugs inspired by Moor's Influence of Southern Spain 14th-17th century. This exhibition is still looking for funding and will travel from Southern Spain to the United States showing in galleries and museums.