The best laid plans of quilters everywhere--often go astray!
Yesterday I decided to set my All Curves and All Points blocks on point and make a small runner. My original plan was to put a final border of the pink daisy fabric around the whole thing, but that didn't look right. I toyed with taking the corner triangles off and making it pointed on the ends. And I am now considering ripping it apart and making two separate small hangings, with a small inner border of the darker fabric and a wider border of daisy fabric around that. But I'm still cogitating on it. (The piece is really rectangular--my design wall has a bit of a wave that impedes flat photography. That's why I'm so much better with any subject but my quilts!) What would you do with these blocks? Keep them together? A different set? Let me know!
When I got to my hand quilting without a hoop class tonight, Karen Fritz had brought her finished Monthly Bliss 1 top. She took the class a couple years ago and decided to design her own set for it. Now she's "relearning" how to hand quilt--she is used to stabbing her underneath finger and rocking. My method eliminates frames, hoops and sore fingers! I can't wait to see this top quilted! Great job, Karen!
A new bunny picture to leave you with tonight (I guess technically it's early morning). I have crocus and tulips poking their heads above ground and my daffodils are in bud. The peepers are still peeping--but we are supposed to have snow by Monday. Happy Thump Day!