I have my first center to work on for our Round Robin. There are five of us, so I'll have three more to go after this. Unless I want to add a round on my own when I get it back in April.
This is a gorgeous 16" paper-pieced iris block and I think it is absolutely evil that I have to follow this. It could be quilted and binded and hanging on the wall just as it is - and be a total stunner. I've stared at it for the past couple days and I think I have a plan. I'll give you a clue: four shades of purple. That's all you get till I'm done.
I also binded my two little Schnibbles. Picnic is the bright Easter-looking basket quilt, and the other is Cindy Lou Who. I wasn't quite sure how I felt about Cindy Lou when I made her. I used an April Cornell line of fabric called Christmas Presence, and was undecided about the black. It threw me off. But I liked it a little more once it was quilted, and I like it even more so now that it's binded. I look forward to finding a place to hang it next Christmas. And I'd like to point out that both of these quiltlets, backing included, were used from fabric in my stash. Woo hoo! Score!