The design I came up with isn't revolutionary, but I love the simple look of it, and it makes me smile :) The Seneca print from Central Park is my favorite, and I chose not to cut it into tiny pieces because I wanted the lovely Springtimeyness of the flowers to shine. So I cut some large (well...large for a doll quilt) 3" blocks and started playing around with things. I decided to make uber tiny pieced blocks to counteract the large-scale print (I have Crystal to thank for getting me addicted to the look of tiny 1" blocks), so I whipped out my scrap bins and went to work.
As of right now the quilt measures 22" x 17", but I may or may not add some additional sashing. I'm undecided because I also like the thought of leaving it as is and binding with an orange and white print. Time will tell :)
(Sorry this picture looks a little dingy, but I'm running on a couple hours of sleep and I'm too tired to mess with Photoshop right now!)
I love Joel Dewberry's coordinates. That honeycomb print is the cat's pajamas!
The deadline for both my Make Mine Modern items and my doll quilt for the Doll Quilt Swap 10 is April 15th, so I need to shake a tailfeather! I'm gonna try and hunker down in my sewing cave this weekend and finish everything before Monday. Wish me luck!