Quilts are more than just covers of warmth, they are a merging of the quilters imagination and the delightful colors and textures found in fabrics new and old;
an emotional combination of cloth and mind.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
At one time I really detested yellow. As unbelievable as it sounds that I would "not like" any color, yellow was seldom if ever bought, traded or hoarded. If gifted it quickly was re-gifted. Then I began a journey from dark to light. Over time I became enamoured with bright happy colors, so long days of dull calico prints- HELLO bold and energetic pinks, tourquoise, oranges and yes yellow.
Embracing yellow is like embracing sunshine, honey, daffodils and lemons. So here's to my new friend, yellow- a cheery color, suitable for most occasions.
I am old enough to know better, but still young enough to think I can become better. I am a lover, admirer and maker of quilts. I call a small log cabin in rural north Georgia my home. It is filled with one patient husband, an amazing man-child, a three legged diva cat named Izzy and more quilts than you can imagine.