During these trying times of self-imposed isolation, we would like to offer our fellow quilters and sewists a space to interact by coming together for a virtual show-and-tell. We encourage you to reach out and share what you’ve been working on, and take a moment during this downtime to enjoy seeing what your colleagues are doing.
But what is a quark? A quark is a fundamental unit of matter but due to a phenomenon known as color confinement, they are never directly observed or found in isolation; they can be found only when combined with other quarks.
It's one thing to be confined, but color-confined? Never! Isolated? Forget about it! Join us by posting your latest work here where it can be found and seen by others, because fundamentally, you and your quilts matter!
To share to our Quilt Quark Gallery, simply email your "photo-shopped," cropped photo (size doesn't matter) and a write up about your quilt to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our first Gallery submission (from Faye Jones) will follow in another post. You may use that as a loose example of what to write. Thanks and see you in the Gallery!