I belong in the Universe of Straight Lines - as so well expressed by Edward Monkton in his Interesting Thoughts:
My pencils are straight.
My socks are straight.
My pillows are straight.
My french fries are straight.
EVERYTHING must be STRAIGHT or else the World will EXPLODE*
*Those who do not believe in the Law of Straightness will not BE SAVED.
So sayeth The Monkton, and because I so agree, it is difficult for me as I continue along the road of trying to make a completely "unplanned" stash quilt.
I have made 45 blocks now...
... they're constructed using several different blue and beige/white fabrics combined in completely random combinations. AUGGGGHHHH! I need 45 more, and this just sewing anything to anything is SO against my nature! I need to make them match! I need to make them PLANNED! AUGGGGHHHH! I will not! I must not! Otherwise my stash quilt will not look so stashy! (Plus my anxiety is mounting - what if I fall into that category now: Those Who Will Not BE SAVED)?
I suppose it is odd that I like the look of stash quilts at all, seeing as their nature is to be random, but I do like them. (Well, I do as long as the fabric shades in them can be found in my Straight List of Favorite Colours)!
So the blocks are getting made, and the next challenge will be to sew them together in a random and (mostly?) unplanned fashion! (I'm using this method of construction).
And I leave you with More Monkton: