Last summer I took a class from Malka Dubrawsky with a wonderfully creative friend. It was so great.
The technique was very much out of my comfort zone – at first! Then I totally got into it. We all brought scraps to work with. And I realized that my scraps are all little girl colors. I had scrap envy for a while looking around the room. Such beautiful colors. We were to create some log cabin blocks, Malka style. Which really means as wonky as you want. No rulers, no straight edge. Now I have to admit that I may have made only one log cabin block before, period. So even that was new to me.
I think her suggestion was to make 9 blocks to make a small throw. Well I stopped at 8. Which was great. (Ha.) So when I put them together I came up with 2 good sized blocks, about 14-15 inches, kind of almost square.
For Christmas I made them into pillows for the girls (the bug’s cousins). They turned out great. And are well loved.
(Okay, Linda, does that period go inside the parenthesis or outside?)