You see, I have trouble with wonky. Even when I try really hard to be wonky, I end up straight. It must be how I'm wired. My wonky house would have made any architect proud
|I promise you, at one stage of construction this was really quite wonky, |
but somehow just seemed to "correct" itself under my hands!
and my wonky stars, well they only just about wonked!
Anyway, these gorgeous fabrics arrived/have been collected at my house in the past fortnight for a very special quilt and to make it work I need to find my elusive inner wonk, fast!
This quilt will be for my brother and sister-in-law and I just don't think that a straight as a die, traditional block is really them. So when I saw their newly decorated lounge in shades of grey with no accent colour present I knew that I wanted to do something like this but without the colour splashes. I absolutely love Faith's take on this quilt and my preference would be to include the colours, but it will be right not to include them for this particular gift.
So, do I think I can find the ability to do wonky without straightening it out by some kind of natural quirky fluke that I seem to possess?
|Wonky trial block.|