Away without leave, that's where what creative mojo I have has gone. So I am taking some advice, posted on the Quiltart list- (via a video on You Tube, which I cannot figure out how to do here)
I am working on a quilt. Not art, not Art- just a quilt. It's actually one I started on my one and only trip to Asilomar in 2005, in an independent study workshop with Margaret Miller. I did part of one corner while there, just to be sure I got the process. Then it sat in a drawer for five years.
It's a sampler, using wonky blocks I got (and made) as part of the one and only time I participated in a Round Robin through the Utah Quilt Guild. My wonky blocks freaked out some people- some managed to make them, others just threw up their hands in despair. I wanted to combine bright prints with black and white prints. So these are some of the blocks-
This is the corner I managed to get done at the workshop--
You can see up at the top where I've started adding more pieces- they still have their freezer paper templates attached.
So I will be playing with this, and maybe sewing more clothes. I'm enjoying that again, now that I don't need to do all kinds of alterations.
Got to do something to keep my sense of humor and sanity. We're still cold, barely got into the fifties today. Yes, I can see green- but I want to feel WARM!!!