My sister and her family headed home yesterday but got stuck in Chicago due to weather delays at their destination. They ended up spending about 5 hours on the plane for a flight that only takes about 1.5 hours. With a not-quite-2 year old. Ugh. I know how antsy and crabby *I* would have been, I can’t even imagine doing it with a toddler. Poor kid.
I’ve got the body of my niece’s quilt put together, now I’m working on the borders.
I don’t have enough of any one orange to do an orange border, so I’d do the orange with alternating prints if I put the orange in. I think I like the look of Option C the best, but: In order to have the math work out right, it really needs to either be no inner border or the wider border which is why A and B have the lime green plaid stuck in. Or I need to think of something else entirely. I thought about using the stars in a narrow border, but I’m not sure I like the idea either.
I ended up going to a quilt shop to get some more blues in order to do the scrappy pieced blue border.
Any opinions, or ideas for something else I haven’t thought about yet?
We had our first run through of Grease last night — start to finish. Sort of. It was choppy as some of the kids were finding out about blocking and things for the first time. We have about 4 weeks until dress rehearsals. One of the directors said she wasn’t nervous yet. Really? Not yet? Cause I sure am….
Have a great Wednesday!