I currently have another of Jane's quilts loaded up and after a busy week of football, cheer, and now play rehearsals as one of my middle daughters has signed up to be a munchkin in the local high school production of "The Wiz" - I'm back to work. I have made some small progress but will wait for this evening to share photographs when I'll have a much larger section to share.
Until then I'll show you my latest quilt. Well - one of several. I tend to work on multiple projects at once...at some point one grasps my attention long enough to finish, but often times it takes a couple of goes before I get to a point where I want to complete something!
This one has no name yet - and I'm simply calling it my "red and neutrals" quilt. It was designed specifically for quilting since that is the part I'm truly passionate about. I'm finding my own personal taste is for simple but pretty piecing that leaves a lot of creative room for decorative quilting. I've been playing with a lot of non-traditional colorways as of late so with fall here and Christmas right around the corner, something red and warm really felt right.
I don't know if this will be the final color scheme but very close. I'm leaning towards scalloped borders on the outer edge because I just love curves so much.
Because this quilt will be so much about the quilting I've already begun designing that aspect...here's a snippet:
I need to order thread but I have everything else on hand. I think this one will be fun! I'm planning for it to be just a wall hanging size as my dahlia was closer to a large wall hanging or even a baby/lap and I don't generally work very big. I think the center portion will only be 25" or so? I may make it a little larger to accommodate the quilting design but I just haven't gotten that far yet.
Well - the baby is a sleep - off to work!