Floral arrangements

Happy Tuesday to everyone! I hope your week is going well so far. I am looking forward to more art class tonight. I wish we were doing inks again, but I think it will be a technique-based class.

Before I post more art, I have had some time to work on my windmill quilt and get some more pieces done. Lately I am noticing more and more how versatile triangles are in quilting. I had some pieces put together and I did some different layouts to see how different pieces look depending on their design.

But first, here's a picture of Kitten watching Saturday's S. Carolina vs. Mississippi State game on TV. South Carolina won, much to Adam's dismay. He has a handy little acronym to help me remember who he roots for in these types of games: ABC, for Anyone But Carolina. This applies to both North and South Carolina. I will have to file this away for future use.

Back to the quilt part. So these are some great florals that belonged to my grandma and then the yellow polka dots I bought at Jo-Ann for the butterfly quilt I finished. The overall composition was really lacking yellow and adding this in makes it just right balance-wise.

So I love the way this looks with the white on one side and all the colors facing the same way. I feel inspired to make a whole quilt like this. If only I had more time!

This layout, not as exciting, in my humble opinion, but interesting nonetheless.

And then here's strait windmill, which is the pattern I'm using for this quilt.

Here is the final piece all sewed together, with a gorgeous Kansas City day in the background.

A lost picture from last weekend of me and the Kitten. Note that my orange Clemson bow made an appearance. I love it now and want to wear it every day!

Which arrangement did you like the most?