Ok, I would be glad to have you in my safe arms. The lady checking me out said, I hope you don't cut it up. Did she read my mind? Because it was ragged, the silk shredding. I told her I have great plans for her. Wouldn't it be better to share her with people than her being thrown away.
I feel so connected to the ladies that put these stiches in this fabric. I wanted to create something special, so those hours, skills and special get togethers to create were not wasted.
When we got home she sat waiting for new life. Then I remembered my great teacher, Susan Edmondson, made wonderful necklaces with her stiching.
So me and miss quilt had a date. I started my series of "Uncommon Hearts" for a Common World.