Yesterday, I finished sewing down the binding on this traditional lap quilt:
I bought the "brown" fabric on sale, thinking that it was purple, but in different light, it looks purplish brown with a hint of burgundy. So I went back to the shop and bought the coordinating gold polka dots, for a double whammy of buyer's remorse! I shuffled it around for a year, trying to figure out what to do with 3 yards of each. I used it in just about every small piece I could think of, mostly on backs of things. I still had quite a bit left. One day, I was playing around with my "BlockFab" app on my phone and spotted a nice setting - Nine patches alternating with Shoo Fly blocks. I like the way the two go together. I quilted it on a grid, and now it is fore sale on my etsy shop. I STILL have some of that fabric which I will probably use in various scrap quilts til the day I die.
But as luck would have it, I actually sold a quilt that was on my etsy site, my first sale in a year although I have had a few inquiries. Actually, a friend bought it as a baby gift, so I just deleted the quilt from my site and mailed the quilt out yesterday. She had me make a baby gift before, for her stepson's new baby. This baby is on her Canadian side, and I hope they like it.
Now to figure out what to do with the green and red batiks and the coordinating red on cream print - I have about 3 yards of each, too!