While I Was Waiting
Random is freeing and fun! I like this piece. Wishing much INTENT to you this year. My word is CELEBRATE.
getting used to imperfection is a grand relief!
what a colorful little piece this is. i am always drawn to little squares inside of bigger squares. i'm working on a piece similar to this by stitching a collection of "inchies" to bigger squares. so FUN! oh, and imperfections should be celebrated!!
Well, none of us is perfect, so why should we expect our work to be perfect? Really like those squares.
What fun! :)Bea
I had the hardest time breaking the quilting rules! It's very freeing. And I love little quilts. This one is great.
Liberation! Love it.
I love these little improvisational quilts!
Stretching of comfort zones is always good! I love this piece. It looks like there are different textures in the background; is it? Did you piece together the background first and then applique the squares, of did you make it block by block?
Hi Deborah - until I read this post, I'd never realized I'm not, yet, comfortable with the idea of random placement. I'm going to have to try this and soon!
you're good at imperfection!I really love it the way you work with imperfection. And I know it is so hard to let go of perfection.Wishing you lots of freedom.
I love the look of this!
Lovely squares, but I would find it hard to put them on 'wonky'!! Well done your for this, it's super.
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