Rock the Rhombi

by Dianne McKnight-Warren

How ironic the most difficult quilt to make is called tumbling blocks. If you've ever made one you know it tumbles together, not down.

"This is the place you need a third hand,” the nice woman on You Tube says as she does it flawlessly with two.

She knows even the hardest quilt tops have to be perfect. Otherwise what's the point (points!)—oh lookee here, see? I can't sew either?

Quilters never talk about things falling apart. That's for poets.

And to think you've always been told a three corner tear couldn't be mended.