Learning to be Spontaneous

my square

Last night Mary Ann and I stayed up late working.  This is my learning square. Making it, the most important thing I learned was to be spontaneous.   Not planning it all out, but putting it together one piece at a time.  That’s what I’ll be working on today.

While I was working on this, Mary Ann started sewing my scarps together, Scarps I would have thrown in the garbage.  She made a gorgeous tiny square.  I’ll post photos of it later.

Tonight I’ll got with Mary Ann to Choir practice.  Lucky me.

Mary Ann's Kitchen table this morning, where we worked last night. We were too tired to clean it up.
Mary Ann’s Kitchen table this morning, where we worked last night. We were too tired to clean it up.

3 thoughts on “Learning to be Spontaneous

  1. Really like this. Like knitting, where you swatch to see what works and how it looks…Go, Maria!

  2. Yes, that is why charm scrap quilts are my very favorites! I love how they took a bit of this old dress, a scrap of that feed sack, a patch from daddy’s work shirt and it was all pieced together into a work of art.

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