I really don't have anything up on the wall. I've been sewing on bindings.
Making "picket fences" for the Plaid 4 Patch's border. And picking fabrics for Henrietta's and my project.
I need almost 100 picket fence units for the border. And I've been picking fabrics and numbering them for the Trip Around the World quilt. I'm not happy with how my choices look. I need to remember the first "rounds" will have very few pieces of fabric. Henrietta and I have been working to get out of our "ruts". We've learned that maybe its not that we're "comfortable" in our rut--but that it is a true expression of ourselves--we don't LIKE making quilts that have colors/values that aren't "us". Henrietta is working on a very soft pastels/florals quilt with lots of triangles. Very much a "Henrietta" project. She cuts a few blocks at a time. Auditions each one. She's also making little houses--which I call BARNS because they have all been a shade of red so far.
But I'm heading back to the sewing room later today--again to look at my fabric choices. Maybe I need some "Lori" fabrics in there. And just maybe--I need to quit trying to be that "other" quilter and be myself!