Nice productive afternoon today -
A twinkler (I'm trying to make at least one each time I sew),
some green Ohio stars for my RSC quilt,
and a couple of blue ones while I was at it.
I fiddled for a while with my layout.
I'm getting downright grumpy that I can't catch that right-hand edge. (I took a ton of pictures with absolutely no luck whatsoever, so finally gave up. I gotta get a design wall. This design floor is only going to work if I can grow longer arms. And longer feet to stand tiptoe on...)
As far as I can tell, I need only seven more blocks to call this quilt a wrap.
Now, shall I sash? I'm thinking maybe a really narrow (like .75"-1") in scrappiness that echoes the backgrounds of the blocks - lights in the center with lightish cobblestones, and darks in the proper colors amongst the dark background blocks. Maybe with even darker cobblestones? Or neighboring color cobblestones?
Or should I just set them next to each other and call it a day?
As I promised yesterday, I did take a moment to hunt for monkeys. I snagged these two as they were trying to hide under the couch. If they hadn't started giggling, I never would have found them.
And, against all odds, I spent the entire afternoon playing with fabric and didn't make a single kaleidoscope block.
Yeah, I'm surprised, too.
Linking to So Scrappy for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Go green!