Born This Way?
And in 1987 it all changed when I made a log cabin quilt using the Eleanor Burns method under the tutelage of my relative, Susan.
A couple of weeks ago when I was worried that we'd be cited for some sort of housekeeping violation, I went through the studio. I gave away a Rubbermaid tub of fabrics to Ruth. I discovered a long-lost counted cross stitch piece that, alas, my eyes can't deal with. And I found some Works In Slow Process that really need finishing. Around that time, my [non-quilting, non-sewing] friend discovered a set of blocks she'd pieced back when she thought she might be a quilter and asked if anything could be made of them.
So I made a list of what was needed to set and border these extremely wonky blocks and while I was at it I inventoried other finishing needs. A yard of this, two yards of that, and so forth have been acquired. The wonkies are set and bordered and a back is pieced; this is going to the machinist this week. The modern paper-pieced triangles are being set (with black alternate blocks and side triangles, this is a daytime-only effort) and the Modified Sister's Choice are waiting their turn.
It's all good.