Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Not avoiding the difficult bits this time

What a fabulous idea for a new challenge - I'm in it. I love the idea of working in series (doesn't it sound ARTY) so I'm going to use this one for inspiration again.

But this time, instead of avoiding those little half square triangles, I'm going to make them. I'm going to make lots of them, and they're going to be small. Oh my goodness. At least I won't have to worry about them being wonky. My little triangles are always born with a certain ... natural liberation.



Tonya R said...

woohoo, excellent. I hear ya. I've been laughing as I work with my "perfectly" cut triangles and I still get them liberated. That's why we've got to hang out together!

Wendy said...

That little quilt's an inspiration alright! I can't wait to see what you do!

debbi d-w said...

Lynley, I think you should copyright that phrase: "natural liberation." It has a wonderful ring to it!

woolywoman said...

Doesn't Lisa Boyer say that it takes very little imagination to make your triangles with three sides? I think its in the book "That Dorky Homemade Look'

Naturally liberated, and now, caffeine free!