I am still thinking about the details of how to quilt the bright boomers and log cabins.
I have a pretty good idea how I will approach it, but am mulling over some of the details.
And I need to decide on thread color(s).
I am also still playing around with ideas about what to do with those big scrappy Oak Leaf blocks–my goal for March.
I have decided to make a few more of the large scrappy Oak Leaf blocks and which colors I need to add.
In the meantime, I pulled out a little finished quilt top–made in a workshop long ago and far away–and I'm quilting it. Here it is, in progress, under the needle, almost quilted.
Working on this reminded me of what I didn't like about my piece–the raw edged appliqué leaves stitched with an open zig zag–and what I loved about the workshop–the sketching exercises that led to my original design. And maybe those reminders are a good reason to work on finishing more UFOs.
I'm joining the lists for WIP Wednesday on Freshly Pieced and Esther's WOW (WIPS on Wednesday).