Could this be a quilt someday? It started with this one pinwheel block that I made during Sew Mama Sew's quilting month. I've had this fun Alexander Henry fabric sitting around forever, and I was just itching to make something from it. Of course, you know me....no plan in mind. So I pulled out some more fabric...some Alexander Henry and some Katie Jump rope and made a few more blocks. Then I thought the brown background was a bit too dark and depressing. It needed something to brighten it up a bit. I made the small pinwheels this weekend. The background is Kona mint. Love that fabric...my very favorite color...a light almost icy aqua. It was on a stack for another idea...so goes that one. My original thought was to integrate the large pinwheels with panels of this great floral fabric. (Pinwheels in the garden is what I was imagining...) Now I've got the big pinwheels, the little pinwheels and this fabric. I'm considering how they might all fit together. I have more pinwheels to make and then we'll see what happens. I love all of these colors. I would love this to be a quilt for our bedroom. But king sized...yikes. That's a lot of pinwheels.
I also made a bit of progress on the Cathedral windows. I've done 9 squares (12 windows) and already this baby is heavy. Those large quilts must weigh a ton! I think a pillow may be in order. Though I don't have a clue how to proceed with that! I think I will put in the triangle windows around the edge...it has a bit too much white for me. It's been fun and I've learned a bunch, but it's enough for me. I think it's cute too!