Thursday, February 07, 2008

Not Worrying.

Over the past six-ish months, I have been collecting brown and turquoise/blue-ish prints to make a snowball quilt for us, because all my quilts have been gifts and it's time for us to keep one! I took a lot of time collecting the fabric, I even got a new spiffy ruler (6.5"x24.5", it's great, I highly recommend it), and I finished cutting up all the little squares today (two freaking snow days in a row, can you believe? I'd be happy if not for the fact that my next paycheck is going to suck, profoundly). All laid out before me, my nagging fear was undeniable: the assortment I have accumulated is a bloody mess. There is no connective thread beyond the pretty loose color limitations. I always do this.

So I was going to post a photo and whine a bunch about my spazzy calico compilation and lack of forethought with regards to my quilt tops' cohesion, and dig for some reassurance, when I found:

Norton Likes It

and he says it's okay. What's the big deal. It's a blanket. Let's stay focused here. Quilt on.


Chicago Sarah said...

Quilt on indeed. It will look good once you get it put together- matchy matchy is gross anyway. This from a girl who wears LOT of black so she matches. But anyway.

pixi said...

oh, that norton. he's a smart cookie.