I've gotten a little further on the Great Pig Project.
plus two ears of corn (and btw, that's actually the same blue background in all three blocks. Sometimes my camera just likes to mess with me...),
plus this absolutely fabulous pig fabric that I found at a quilt shop my sister-in-law introduced me to (my sister-in-law is pretty fabulous herself),
is all going to combine to be a pretty darn nice cushion cover for my dad the pigherd.
Of course, I've got to decide on a layout. You didn't think I was going to make it easy, did you?
and Option two:
The cushion will be 18x36, and the blocks at this point are 10x10 (pig) and 5x10 (corn). Option two is less fiddly and shows off the pig background fabric to better advantage, so at this point I'm leaning toward that one. (Sometimes easier is better. This is a strange concept for me to grasp - I'm generally guilty of complicating things as much as possible.)
With all this experimental patchwork going on, not to mention RSC Ohio stars and Silly Monkeys, the leader/ender fourpatches have really started to pile up.
Remember when I said I wasn't going to count them?
I couldn't stand it anymore. I had to know. So here they are, in stacks of 25
And a new stack has started. I feel so much better now.
Oh, and there was a monkey.
Because there's always a monkey.
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