Marty left before dawn to go to Yosemite with his friend for some photography shooting relaxation.
That gives me the complete
Panda will be picking me up (or maybe I'm driving, we haven't decided that yet) around 10:00 so that we can go to another town to look for the elusive magenta-colored fabric for Bonnie Hunter's 2016 mystery quilt, En Provence. There are at least two quilt shops in the area we'll be headed, and who knows, we may travel even further. We'll have lunch out as well.
I've not sewn the borders onto Allietare yet, but I did pin the chosen fabrics up to one edge so that I could get a picture of how it will look together.
The black fabric is just the folded yardage, not yet cut to correct size. I think it really adds a lot and pulls out the black star points and small squares.
Only a few more days until we get our first instructions for En Provence. I'm glad it's not a race to see who finishes first, because while I'm anxiously anticipating it, I'm thinking I may end up just about as slow about doing it as I was Allietare. There's a whole lot of genealogy still occupying every flat surface in my Creation Station and I can't get to my cutting mats without moving it.