I got all the blocks made for my niece's quilt. I still have some rearranging to do but, as I hoped, the darker red squares do not bother me as much now that I have more shades of rose in there. The actual quilt is much darker than this photo suggests. I like it but I am not at all certain it is what she had in mind. If I could redo it, I would reverse the light and dark greens, making it a much lighter quilt and making the two diagonals more obvious. I really thought the larger, light stars would make it a lighter quilt overall but not so much.
It was a really simple quilt to make and I am thinking of making it again in the reverse order. This time, though, I will go very scrappy, using any and all very light lights and two contrasting darks of whatever I have the most of in my scrap stash.
I also got the binding 3/4 sewn onto my show quilt. It was late and I was tired and I should have stopped sooner because I ended up stitching the hanging sleeve to the front of the quilt. SIGH. Aren't seam rippers just the best invention?
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If something is worth doing, it's worth doing well.