May is my favorite month and to be honest, I'm spending more time outdoors than indoors. But as I hunted around the internet for some news, I found an interesting site that had a few articles I thought I would share. The site is called "Curated Quilts" and I like it because it shares recent quilts.
Claude Debussy once wrote that "music is the space between the notes." In art and quilting we call this "negative space" and it is just as important as whatever we feature with our pens or needles. One of the articles on Curated Quilts features quilts that celebrate negative space.
Another post I enjoyed featured quilts that represented solidarity with Ukraine.
The last article I studied featured Temperature Quilts--if you haven't seen one of these or know someone that is doing one it's an interesting concept. A few quilters I know have done these. Each day of the year, a different block or piece is added to the top to represent the temperature that day. A good article on these quilts is also here.
Have a safe and happy day!