Of course, I have to be
And it is all because of this fabric, "Autumn Harvest" by Jason Yenter for In the Beginning Fabrics.
Isn't it yummy? I wanted to use all of this fabric that I could in the quilt, so I
From left to right, Dit-Dot by Jason Yenter for In the Beginning, Acacia by Tula Pink are the Racoon and the circles. The rest is back to Autumn Harvest by Jason Yenter. So I have 2 lights, 2 mediums (I am considering the fans medium) and then 2 darks and my background. (I am proud of myself I remembered to jot down the fabrics I am using for the posting.) On the pattern, I have to remember to reverse the fabrics when they specify light and dark.
Crazy, right! I may have made the biggest design errors in selecting what I did, but I was going with my gut on this. I just wanted these fabrics and I may be making the craziest quilt around, but right now I am happy with my choices.
This is what block 1 looks like.
It is definitely not a QUIET quilt by any means. I can't wait to see how this quilt goes together over the next year. I am so jazzed about it I just want to start cutting and sewing on it, but I will be a good girl and stay with the class on this one.
It does bring "Joy" to my heart to see it and I guess that is all that matters.