This morning I was reading Facebook and Benartex, Inc posted something on their blog. Of course I had to go see and I found this post. So I opened up EQ7 and started looking at blocks. In no time at all, I had a quilt designed with those 2 blocks and then it got to the borders. I love their border but I'll save that for one of my own quilts.
Then I sent my picture off to my friend Judy L for her honest opinion. And while I waited for her response, I started figuring border dimensions. I have learned from her that I should get my borders ready before starting the center of the quilt. That way there is no down time while I procrastinate on cutting the borders. So with a favorable response from Judy, I am ready to shop for the perfect fabrics and get going on this.
Until then, I'll continue to work on Easy Street and UFO Hopscotch that I was working on when I finished the deer quilt 2 years ago! Oye!!! It's so easy to put things away and forget about them!