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A little korak? Hmmmmmm

 ..... and with a little luck and some practice .....

with help from Eva in Hamburg whose blog i faithfully read
I am trying my hand at korak style piecing

I like the idea of korak
it seems to be designed
 fabric fragments and scraps

And I have SCRAPS
vintage and contemporary
spanning 20 years of quilting.

Today looks like late autumn
hardly a leaf on the trees
tons fell to earth
but have been raked
bagged and brought into the woods as mulch

It's raining but not cold
temps forecast for the 50s and 60s tomorrow

This is a weekend away for us
an infrequent one
we are meeting two of my sisters
and their husbands
in Connecticut
for dinner
a show
and playing in the casino

Yeah for a weekend to play!


Deborah said...

I'm inspired by Eva also. Have a fun weekend!

Eva said...

You are not announcing a korak drama or worse, are you?
(Can't wait to see what you're doing)

Beate Knappe said...

I read the same blog and I'm thinking about doing a korak too - what fun :-))

Yvette said...

wow, I have to learn more about Korak...see you


patstudio said...

yes, yes, and yes. to Deb, Beate and Yvette

but, no, to Eva. No drama. I did have a nice time playing with scraps on Friday. Have been looking at quilts and blocks and fabrics and colors ever since. I will post a pic

Petrus Spronk said...

Quilts, how wonderful, little bits of history creating herstory......

Deb G said...

Looking forward to seeing what you are doing. Hope your weekend was good. As for fall weather, we might blow away today. Next time you hear from me I might be in Canada....

patstudio said...

Petrus, I like that idea: quilts telling her story.....

Oh dear, Deb, I hope the north winds don't blow to canada.....and if they do.....that you have your computer with you: i'd miss you on the web.

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