Three things to be happy about:
(1) a roll-up-your-sleeves project
(2) a child that makes you proud
(3) framing something you painted
I feel as if my wickedly easy quilt is my child, in a way. I saw it grow from strips in two sizes, to a great big top, fit for a queen(-sized bed). And now I get to frame it, when I decide which color to use.
My design wall space isn't large enough to display the entire quilt top at once, so I tacked it to a doorway to take this picture... take my word for it, the picture doesn't do it credit. It really is a pretty top.
Now I get to decide how to do the borders; the pattern tells me to use the 2-1/2 x 18" strips I cut from the large blocks but I want to use plain, unpieced fabric - I think the top is busy enough. I'll let it simmer for a day or two before deciding, but I'll either go with a red inner border or a blue one. We'll see what we see.
Well, that's it for now... I had some minor surgery done on my foot and at first my toe was numb and I couldn't feel it, but I can now. You betcha.
Sew forth and sew on til later.