Sometimes I have a quilt design rattling around in my head for months, nay, years. I suppose the idea is gestating inside my brain until one day, when I turn my head just right, a vision of the completed quilt will flutter outside my line of sight and then, maddeningly, it will be gone once again.
Then one day I actually stop stalling and start sewing and the thing will appear as if by magic. Magic like this happens in the spring when long dormant things begin to spring into life:
The white/gray/brown colors of the late winter/pre-spring have me re-evaluating my #orangeaversion.
Anticipate my carrot paper piecing pattern soon!
This is Sandy signing off from Western New York.