Gloomy weather also is perfect quilting weather, creating cosiness is the perfect antidote to winter grumps, and when the skies are a multitude of greys then creating colour becomes important too.
The log cabin scrap quilt that I started here suddenly started to take shape once I'd finished my star quilt, and at this size was a perfect lap quilt, but I had some logs left so it was always going to get bigger.....
First I change a few blocks in the bottom right corner, as I wasn't convinced of the colours, and then I added some more rows at the side and the top.
I'm yet to decide on the colours for the top left, hence the gap. Yellows and oranges perhaps? Or Back from green into blues again. I'm thinking probably the latter.
I'm enormously impatient to finish it now, and cuddle up in it's warm brightness on the sofa with some dvds and popcorn.
Also bringing colour on this gloomy day.
Gluten free doughnuts!
All the way from London.
Hope you have a lovely weekend,
I'm waiting for Miss K to get home from school and then that pink doughnut's time is up!
joining in with Silverpebble's making winter and Jennifer's Winter project