I got up this morning & headed to the computer to spend a few minutes checking out QB PICTURES section. Noticed DoriDeS's quilt pic (Borders or no borders :o) DONE!!!) and liked it.
Decided to check out similar quilts using Mr.. Google images. While looking at the images, I came across
a quilt pic and the geometric designed intrigued me so, of course, I visited the website to learn more about it.
Turns out the quilt design was a representation of the Fibonacci numbers. Fibonacci? who's that?
Headed to Wikipedia to learn more and ended up veering off to read about Lucas numbers and the Golden Ratio.I learned that the Golden Ratio is used for quilting (among other things) to get the best ratio in rectangular and other quilt designs. I also learned that there are books of puzzles that are based on the F. Numbers.
Since I love puzzles, both pencil and jigsaw, I google "puzzles' and find JigZone (http://www.jigzone.com/) website. I've been there before but hadn't visited for a long time.
There I spent the best part of an hour doing an animal jigsaw puzzle. So my few minutes of computer time turned into quite a bit longer than that.
This is why I have so many quilt UFOs. Good thing I'm retired!
Does this sort of thing happen to you? The internet is addicting...at least it seems that way to me!