...sometimes it's hard, hard work!
Right now, Mom and I are focusing on that scrap quilt I showed you the other day. I normally am not too keen on scrap quilts - but we settled on choosing only fabrics in the "warm, fuzzy (I especially like the fuzzy part), muted" arena. That was enough of a color scheme to please me and to let me relax.
Perhaps I relaxed too much, because the other day I came into the Studio to check Mom's progress and ...
|Me, hanging my head in disbelief in front of Mom's design wall|
I couldn't believe the fabric she had slipped in there!
|"Not in my quilt! Not on my watch!"|
I got right to work, taking the offending (and I DO mean "offending") block out!
|"This one right here! It must GO!"|
Sorry the pix are so blurry:
A) I was working really fast!
B) Mom was in disbelief as to what I was doing!
I've never had to remove a block before, but this was just ... just too MUCH!!!
|"Sorry to have to do this, Mom!"|
That's so much better. Can you see the block I took out? When you see it, you'll understand why I had to do what I had to do. Here - I did a special close up for you that should explain it all:
Oh, sure, the colors fit! ... but CAT fabric?!? Unless maybe this is for Zim or another cat-lover ...
I better keep a closer eye on my mom. A Guide Dog for the Color Blind's work is never done!