The quilt that passed the first step of the Master Craftsman in Quilt Making program was done all in greens, meeting the purely monochromatic stipulation.
Since this was the second iteration of this pattern I made it quite a bit simpler and slightly smaller.
I was invited to exhibit this quilt as a sample for the program at the EGA National Seminar the year it was completed. It was also printed as the sample in the EGA program book that year.
Comparing this quilt with the previous one shows how different a block can look with different borders.
I just returned back to my dorm room from going with my D.Min. class to see the Washington opening of a new play, The Seafarer, by Conor McPherson at Studio Theater here in DC. It was very good and had a quite interesting plot. It will be fun to read the reviews in the papers and see what class members thought tomorrow when we discuss it. The class this week is on Drama and we’ve been having a great time trying out all kinds of ways to introduce drama into worship and other areas of ministry.