I'm slowly plodding away on En Provence. I've sure been enjoying seeing the posts of others' progress and even of some already completed quilts. There have been many that followed Bonnie's colors nearly to the letter (much as I did), and others who have gone their own way...all beautiful, but there have been some that have appealed to me far more than others. I recall seeing one that was done with blues (in lieu of purple) with a background of black instead of neutrals - oh my!
I've spent the last few days trying to catch up on elements I was short on. So that's what this photo represents:
|En Provence components|
The next pic shows just a random placement of the units for the quilt's layout_I wanted to get a home-visual of how my fabric choices would be playing with each other. Many of those units would be repositioned so that the same fabrics be spread out a little better, if possible.
|Partial layout of En Provence|
|Loveland Log Cabin|
I'm not sure how much I'll get done this week, housework is calling_again_and I need to start tackling that guest room. My aunt Irene is planning to be here on the 18th, maybe even the 17th, and she'll need a little bit of space to set her luggage.