Yesterday I had the chance to be at home, so at 8:30 am I got to see Simply Quilts.
The guest artist was Dr. Carolyn Mazloomi, and they showed some of her amazing work.
She creates her quilts slowly, doing much of the work by hand, and the spirit and story emerge gradually as they tell her what they need to be. I LOVE Dr. Mazloomi's work and am so impressed by all she has done and is doing. Treat yourself and spend some time at her website.
This got me to thinking about how much I favor machine work over hand work, and how I am sometimes too impatient to let things evolve as they need to. Quiltmaking is not supposed to be a race, and sometimes I need to remind myself of that.