It was the start of a series. I have a whole journal full of sketches surrounding this little simple ‘L” block. Many ideas -of where to go next. I started on it this summer and the top was done. When I started quilting it , the machine started chewing it up and I kept fighting with the machine. Which led to a new machine. I ripped out bad stitching for about 10 hours and then, left it in a heap in my workbasket. I was left with a stretched out quilt top that I really didn’t want to finish.
But if I wanted to keep a record of the first in the series, it had to be finished.
I needed to let go of perfect and finish it.
And it’s done. It will be for a room in my home.
L Series: #1
It can still be beautiful even though it’s not perfect.
Be creative, my friends.