My copy of Collaborative Quilting by Freddy Moran and Gwen Marston arrived on Monday (thank you The Book Depository!) and I've been immersed in it ever since. I've been a fan of Gwen's since the days she wrote in Ladies Circle Patchwork Quilts magazines (sadly, no longer published) and I probably credit her with my love of wonky shapes.
In this book, we see a glimpse into the two quilters' lives (and their sewing areas - you know I love that!) and they explain how they collaborate to make quilts. While I find some of their work too busy for my eye, I do love their concept of quilt design - they don't plan, but let the quilt evolve as it is constructed. Since that is usually my approach too, I relate to their philosophy. Wonderful book.