I'm following Vicki's lead and quilting for an hour first thing in the morning. I have been making a lot of progress on my Scrappy String and I'm enjoying it immensely.
If I keep up at this pace, this quilt will be done in no time.
Since I've decided to make it a tall, narrow wall-hanging I think it will be easy for me to quilt too. I have an idea of what I want but I'll probably play around a bit. I don't want anything too complicated or swirly. I'm going for a more "modern" and simple look, but graphic too.
In this bottom photo it's possible to see at what stage I'm working. All of the triangle portions of each block have been sewn together and now I'm sewing the blocks together into horizontal rows. I've only just done one row so far, but I do love how it's looking.
I'm planning on using a black/white polka dot for binding and no borders. Even my husband looked at it and commented (before I told him) that that's what it needed. :) He always surprises me as to how much knowledge he's picked up over the years. He's really developed quite a good eye for color.