I don't think I can remember an April so lovely, the weather has been amazing. The tree peonies and azaleas are in full bloom. Everything is green and the sky is actually blue for a change.
Honeycomb Quilt #3 in progress. Flowers are done and in their proper places. I've already started joining them to the connecting rows since this picture was taken. I know I promised you pictures of Honeycomb Quilt #2, but at the moment it's being used as a template for this quilt and I don't want to disturb the placement of my flowers in order to move it.
Silly me. But here's a little peek underneath.
Here's another quilt in progress. A group effort. We're using the design wall to see where we're at with this. Sometimes it helps to just stand back and look at the overall design. We don't have equal numbers of anything; the squares were all cut from scraps, so this will be a randomly pieced quilt, pretty much how it looks here. But those letter blocks aren't working for me. I'm thinking 'less is more'. Maybe plain white would be better. Sometimes a little white works wonders to calm more saturated colors and busy patterns.
An example in nature, from the tulip farm. Yep. I think white is right.