I like the way it blends with and makes the the overall peach-to-tangerine colors pop out:
I really, REALLY LOVE that fabric; it's so subtle and soft toned.
Today we walked our neighborhood:= Hills, hills and more hills (OOOff-dah!!)
BUT: I cannot find any fabric to border my Seaflowers hexagon piece--nothing seems to strike me. Maybe I should just hang it on the design wall and something will come to me. (Hopefully)
I keep on seeing OTHER quilts I want to make--my list is already waaaay toooo loooong.....
1. Dresden Plate
2. Mosaic of some sort
3. Crosses Plus
4. Halloween wall quilt for my daughter
5. Pillow for Mom (with funny Dr. Seuss fabric
6. Christmas smallish reversible quilt for Fiona (with Moon and Stars on the Back)
7. Cheddar Bow Tie Medallion
8. Bonnie Hunter's Blue Ridge Medallion (I have been using these as "leaders and enders" and have a lot done already --waiting in the wings --so to speak.....)
This, doesn't even mention the hexagon project I am doing now....
Well, you can be sure I am never bored!! I am sad that Downton Abbey is finished for this season....am now reading (in honor of Regency England and all) "Austenland" by Shannon Hale and so far, it's pretty funny. (I just cannot read "Pride and Prejudice" one more time again....every summer, I take it to the beach--)
Hugs all 'round--(more on the "Spiders" later.....)
Julierose, La Blageuse (VERY Blaguey today, it seems)