I am making progress quilting the backside of your cloth where my story continues to develop.
First of all, you probably won't recognize that I am adding the pieces of Grand Pa's shirt backs in a traditional Log Cabin patchwork design. When I planned this, it did not occur to me how symbolic the log cabin would be. In this case, GP's shirts representing home is so meaningful in a way only you might understand.
I knew when this shirt came out of the dye bath it would take center stage. I saw the figure. I knew the flowers were about me. But the heart shape face had me perplexed; therefore, I left that area unstitched until last week when I finally understood the simple fact that this is the backside of the cloth and of course is the backside of the figure.
Today, as I look at this square I realize how much this looks like a Rorschach inkblot. My mind is tumbling with that thought and what my interpretation of it means about me.
Tim, just know that sometimes we have to wait for inspiration. And I think you should also remember that everything we do says something about us.