Thank you, Diane Wright, for including all your Sisters in the world wide blog hop. I am sure Turkey will get a place of honor in one of Diane's future quilts. Past travels and stays in Australia, Japan, China have generated an amazing variety of artwork.
In our last meeting, we shared some of what we are working on. Here is a picture of MaryLyn showing her progress on a new quilt. This piece has an unusual background story. It was birthed in a quiet moment, but in the heat of frenzied frustration. MaryLyn quickly gathered her oranges and blues, chose a white for background background, and started cutting. She did not tell us why she picked those colors, but they perhaps represent the mood (orange) that needed to be cooled down (blue). The next morning, she showed us a few sewed rows of her work, which has grown in the meantime.
Here is a project I'm working on for our December Guilford Library exhibit. This will end up being a nine patch of circles, arranged with the help of Sisters,
The inspiration for the above piece is the following nine patch:
Next time, I'll explain how I jumped from squares and triangles to circles!