"What the hell is that?"
That's the weather mapping that is over Orlando today. And no, I'm not in the little white section. Add in the fact that my car is at the shop and you've got a very dreary stuck-inside kind of day. A sewing kind of day!
So Jennifer and I have been working on DWR quilts, and cheering each other on. She's making hers out of Fandango, and I'm taking the opportunity to reduce my scrap bucket. Sadly, that meant that my cutting experience was probably a million times longer than hers, since I had to cut each piece individually. I got 120 squares out of my tiny scraps without any apparent difference in the volume of the bucket!
I did have to supplement my stacks o' scraps with some yardage too.
So here's where you come in! I'm having trouble deciding on my background fabric. The picture above is a DWR from a class at the workroom so you have an idea of what the final piece will look like.
Should I put my arcs made up of blue/green/grays/black&white prints on this background of the black and white pin dot...
...or this light blue and white pin dot?