These shorter, colder days are not very conducive to quilt photography, at least indoors with my little point and shoot dealie (that's official camera speak, don't ya know) anytime past mid-afternoon.
Nevertheless, here is my Hemispheres Quilt-Along flimsy.
My walls are not yellowish green (they're off-white), but the colors of the quilt are fairly accurate. Now, it's not exactly like I laid it out, two posts back. I did sew it together that way initially, but when I showed Norm, he did not like the pink floral bits at all. I had to admit I agreed with him.
His exact words were, "You didn't ask me about putting that pink in there." I had to laugh. I do ask for his opinion a lot, but he was right; this time I hadn't even thought to. It's not like I feel I need his approval, but what he was saying, in effect, was that he felt the pink part was a mistake he could have helped me avoid. Funny guy.
So after a little unsewing, it is now the way you see it above. I actually have a plan for how I intend to quilt it, if you can believe it. And I think I can do (most of) it with a walking foot, even though the quilting will follow the curves in the blocks, and then some. We'll see.
Meanwhile, those pink print bits have not gone to waste. I rejiggered them a little and made some monkey wrench/churn dash (same thing, right?) blocks. This will probably end up to be a little baby quilt, either for donation or to hang onto for a future occasion.
Linking to Whoop-Whoop Friday at Sarah's. But before I go, I want to wish my brother Darrell a happy birthday. We just had a phone conversation about, among other things, the music we're listening to, and he steered me to this band. Sister P. likes!