I was supposed to be in Wichita today and tomorrow speaking to the Prairie Quilt guild and doing a full day workshop, but it was canceled due to snow. Bummer, but I'm choosing to make lemonade from that lemony situation, so with a gift of time I decided to do a little late night painting. I'm really into gray these days and I've had these four paint cards pasted to my living room wall for months, unable to decide on the right gray. So, I chose one and tested it in the guest room. I painted one wall and below the window a darker gray and the rest of the room a light gray. The light plays with those grays so much that sometimes they look the same and at other times the contrast is significant. Light is a fickle thing when it comes to color. Overall, I'm pretty happy with it. Still can't decide what to do in the living room though.
I've also got some time to work on my KC Modern quilt guild challenge. It's the Robert Kaufman, No Prints Allowed Challenge. It all starts with one charm pack. Here's a hint. I'm still in the design stage....it's changed significantly from my initial idea, but that's standard operating procedure around here. The reveal is at the March meeting. I'm so excited to see what everyone comes up with.
In the interest of full disclosure...the ceiling in this room is still a mixture of the original beige and the light green I tested about 6 months ago...Makes for quite the kaleidoscope ceiling. One thing at a time. I'll be sure and put paint the ceiling on my list of things to do.