The center is pieced! Woot!
Debating borders. I have two fabrics left from this set that haven't been used yet. Both give some very interesting possibilities, but would take some finagling.
But maybe I don't want borders at all. I like the sort of vague ambiguity it leaves as it sort of wanders off the edge with no defined end.
I might ultimately want it bigger, though, so it can be more easily used as a cuddle quilt.
Of PossibilitiesSo here's the thing. I've already got a line-up of projects I want to do. The bins are sitting coaxingly on the floor near my sewing room door, just waiting for me to grab-and-go.
And yet...people are talking about Easy Street.
Who started this in my head? It was (like so many things) a conversation on Twitter among some of my tweeps. Was it @ddrquilter? Perhaps @Quiltedmagnolia? Or should I blame @quiltcabana? I know not to blame @Craftygardenmom due to her very succinct, but unrepeatable response indicating that clearly they had tempted her as well as she wasn't any too keen on it. I came in very late to the conversation--just to catch enough to get me thinking. And heading to Bonnie Hunter's website "Quiltville." And checking out her new mystery quilt that starts this month.
Kate from my guild did Orca Bay last year. It was gorgeous. But I'd watched her working on it at a retreat or two and had followed a lot of blogs of folks working on it--I know it was hard work! My first thought when I heard folks talking about Bonnie's new mystery quilt was, "I don't want to get into that. I have other things I want to get done!"
And yet Bonnie promises this one is going to be easier than Orca Bay. So maybe I could work on it and still have a life.
I emailed Kate to find out how she liked doing Orca Bay. So now she's working me over too: "Do it, do it, do it!"
Still haven't decided. I do, after all, still have those other projects in bins. Staring at me.
Homemade chicken and rice soup tonight.