Do you have days when you want to sit at your machine and just sew and sew and sew?
At a recent retreat, I made tons of new “parts” for a fun and happy quilt, and these long strings of strata or piano keys leftover from my previous Freddy-Moran-ish venture looked as though they would not work in the new quilt, since they did not seems to play together well with the new creations.
I decided that I did not want to work right now on quilts that take a lot of brain power. I have done enough of that recently, and I am meeting personal challenges right now, so my work does not need to be challenging, too. It needs to be safe, fun, and easy right now.
Sooooo, rather than trying to find a way to make them fit, I decided to let them play all by themselves. Here is where I am so far in this fun new project. I’m fascinated at how much this modern version reminds me of my Yellow Rows of Seven, which is all vintage fabrics.
Have I started a series?
The only problem (so far): there are now leftover leftovers, the strata that don’t fit into this new quilt, which would be huge if they did. Wow, I guess I really did make too many of these. Just couldn’t stop, since they were soooooo fun to sew. These are the remaining strips . . . .
. . . and these are the remaining waiting-to-be-strata pieces.
To be continued . . .