My Wisteria Lane quilt is actually progressing and I am almost done. I think I kinda handicapped myself by only doing two fabrics - where I had assumed that it was going to make my life easier. Once I got done piecing the blocks, I had to address the issue of the border. This pattern has a double border, and I just couldn't see using the same fabrics again - but I couldn't decide what to use. I ended up with two Moda watercolors in yellow and pink; I've done the yellow border and have just started pinning the pink. Once the pink is all sewn on, I'll post a picture - hopefully one taken with some actual sunlight and not these ugly halogens and floods we have down here in the dungeon where I sew.
But now - feast your eyes on my next feeble attempt to attach material together in a coherent fashion:
This is a six pocket bag from the current issue of Quilts and More (see it online here. The six pockets are created when you sew the straps on. AND - my fabric arrived today:
IS THAT NOT THE CUTEST? Okay, perhaps I'm too new at all this and more seasoned quilters would be all "Oh, I did the sushi fabric when I first started too." But, I can't help it - the sight of this fabric actually makes me squeal, and the thought of coordinating 3 - three!!!! - fabrics just makes me feel all reckless and bold.
Now if I can just lock the kids in the closet for at least a day so I can get started on it.