I’m late in posting this because 1) I’ve mostly working on a project I can’t share yet, and 2) yes, duh, I forgot again. Well, I did remember at 10:30 when I laid down in bed, but sorry, guys, my heated blanket had pre-warmed the bed and it was super cozy, so you’re getting this a day late.
Anywho, I’ve been following along on Gyleen Fitzgerald’s “Bricks, Cobblestones, and Pebbles” quilt along, which I learned of in the Twilter’s group on Facebook. I’d not really heard of Gylenn before, although I think she had a group entry at an quilt show I went to at one point as I learn more. One the hazards of following a new quilt designer is picking up their lingo – I’m all over some Bonnie Hunter vocab, but Gyleen has a different set of descriptors that’s taking some getting used to.
She’s encouraged rabid scrapidity (my term), so I went with that. The results are…
Well… here are the results so far:
The periwinkle/light blue is the “soloist”, meant to stand out. I am not sure that I’ve done that good a job with it, and perhaps should have gone with a solid black or something stronger.
We’re on clue three, which fill in those spaces in the medallion above. After that I may make the units and wait to see the final layout before assembling. If it’s too crazy, I’ll break it up with a duet to complement the soloist or something, as my style may not be quite “rabid scrapidity” as “Garanimals” easy matching clothes!