Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Scrappy, Wonky Log Cabin

This is my favorite kind of quilt to make. It was made for no reason, from scraps of fabric from other quilt projects.




Last fall I took a drawing class at our local art school. I have been hooked ever since. I'm drawn more to the imperfection of sketching with ink and watercolor. I took another class a couple months ago on keeping a perpetual nature journal. My entry for the week of April 23-29 is above. And through a set of coincidences I won't go into, I'm a founding member of a local group committed to sketching scenes of our little town on a regular basis. I'm continually amazed at the twists and turns life takes me.
Here is a one of my recent sketches-




6 comments:

  1. That is a really fun wonky quilt. :)
    Well, I am impressed with your art. You obviously came to your classes with an abundance of natural talent. I like the idea of sketching your community. Beautiful work, Maureen!

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  2. one (of many) talents i wish i had is drawing and painting with water colors...i am always in awe of those who do it so well with such ease...very nice

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  3. I love that quilt and your drawing is lovely!!

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  4. I love your wonky quilt . . . Scrap quilts are my favorites.

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