I was investing time surfing the net today.(Investing sounds better than messing around avoiding chores and necessary projects, which is what I was really doing and you knew it, right :)). Anyway, I stumbled across this blog where quilters commit to revealing the thought process behind the quilts they make. I decided to try to do a better job sharing the convoluted, lightning fast decision making that goes into my quilt design. haha
I hope neither of my 2 readers get really bored but here goes:
My next project is a wedding quilt for my niece, Kelsey. She wants black, white and grey colors. The rest is up to me. I already made one quilt for her but decided it wasn’t right so now I’m agonizing unnecessarily over this one. It should be queen size which is a bit larger than I like to make. I want to make a wedding ring using the bottom fabric for the rings.
The problem is that I want to make the rings in a complete circle but that would use too much fabric, sooo I’m thinking of ways to make half circles that will conserve the fabric and still be pretty quick to sew.
Was that process enough for now? That’s as far as I’ve got. Now I have to stew on it some more.