I have a lifetime supply of fabric. My local quilt store The Quilt Zoo sells all of their fabric for 8 bucks or less a yard. They even have some 2 dollar per yard fabric. I am tempted. I resisted that temptation today. That's not to say that I spent no money there. I did. I bought a rotating cutting mat and a template called The Learning Curve. I have a scrappy quilt in progress, you know. I will find some solids there for the sashing or the setting blocks if I decide to set the blocks on point.
First thing this morning I was up and on the Nolting for thirty minutes. Just enough time to quilt the border and do some SID. More feather work and ruler work later in the day. My reward for having given Wrigley (whom Mom has renamed Willoughby) a hair cut.
I am feeling more fluid with these feathers. Still having issues connecting where I leave off. Maybe it's wonky, but it's my wonky and I am not unhappy with the results. There are some stitches that I will take out. Some of the feathers look like a whale. I might just call this quilt, Moby Dick.