Yesterday when my husband came home and saw the sewing machine set up on the kitchen table and fabric draped around the living room he said, "I wondered how long it was going to take before you started another quilt." Not long, honey, not long! This is my latest, but it is turning into an oops! project. It was on my UFO list for last month and I was supposed to have gotten it done, but with everything going on...that did not happen. I had planned on making it a throw size quilt, but I goofed on how much yardage I bought, so it looks like it's going to be a crib size. (I guess I could buy more yardage, but I'm being cheap, especially after having to pay taxes this month.) I am just going to add borders and be done with it. I'm having a little trouble deciding on the border. I usually would use a solid like Kona Snow, but maybe I should use something besides a white/neutral border. What do you think? Should I break out of the box? Ahh, decisions, decisions.
Oh yeah, for everyone that asked, the purses from the last post were made using Heather Bailey's Marlo Bloom pattern.