Here are some finished blocks are on the design wall
I've been working on this Colores quilt top, but have had it on the backburner for a while. With summer gardening chores under control, I finally have come back around to quilting. Time to sort through what I have on hand, what needs to be completed, what I'd like to work on next. They are often referred to as UFOs, those unfinished projects stashed away in cupboards and boxes. I'm determined to finish Colores before summer's end. Each finished block for this quilt measures 13"; there will be four blocks across and five down, for a total of 20. I have completed nine, almost ten, as of this writing. Cutting measured pieces from two-inch strips and then piecing them together is very easy to do (it goes quickly with a rotary cutter). I enjoy the process; mindless pleasure one could say. After having made a handful of blocks and hanging them on my design wall, I see an overall pattern of color emerging. With each block, I give thought to color selection so that there will be a good distribution of colors and an overall balance of darks and lights. Once this quilt top is completed, then the quilting begins.