If you read my post from yesterday you will see that I have accepted the challenge from my friend Marla (thank you again, Marla). If you haven’t, I’ll wait a bit while you go back and read it………………..So, you see the challenge. 😀
Today I pass the challenge to my friend Jenny Lyon, a very busy quilter who writes a delightful blog about her work: Quilt Skipper I would be pleased if she can accept this challenge (see last post for “rules”).
I love working in fabric, threads, and fabric paints for my medium for creating art. I also enjoy making simple quilts for use around the home and giving away that are not in the art quilt category.
Recently, I have divided my professional quilt making into wall quilts that are simply fun to make and MAY end up as a show quilt but I won’t be unhappy if they don’t, and the more complex and challenging art show quilts that are specifically FOR show quilts. I needed to do this because some of my show quilts are really really challenging and I need some less so for psychological purposes. 😀
In thinking about the quilts I have planned for 2016 these two quotes from Walt Disney come to mind:
It’s kind of fun to do the impossible. and
The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.
Sew happy everyone…let’s go make some magic and do the impossible, or simply get started.