Here is this week's Grandmother's Choice block, New Jersey. I like the block, but I think I would like it better with the fabrics reversed.
Yep. I like it better this way. I decided to start another set of these blocks using my batiks for the darks as well as the lights. I only have four to catch up on and two of them are relatively easy, so I don't think it will be a problem. Of course, I have to do that sunflower again, but it will only make me a better piecer, right?
Then, because I didn't have fifteen or more other things needing to be finished, ha ha, I decided to try something new. I have seen this idea several places. One I love was done by Nifty and can be seen here - Nifty Quilts, and another I love is here - Quilts and Dogs. In both of these, the design looks different because of the way the wedges were put together. I am going to do this with the scraps in my bins as I get time. This will be a long term project, but a fun one.
Tonight, Tom and I are taking photos at a wedding, but we are doing the photo booth corner without the booth. I have been busy putting together props for the last couple of weeks. It should be fun.
Until tomorrow, joyful quilting, everyone.