Yesterday, I re-did the granny squares I had made using Kona White with Kona Snow. Here's a group photo of the grannies placed on an old sheet.
I was quite surprised to see how much orange and green were in the blocks but I'm very happy with that. There's also quite a lot of purple - another surprise. I have loads of 2.5" pieces of fabric cut so I guess I shall keep going until my meagre supplies of snow run out.
Today I added a border to James' quilt - a monochromatic Union Jack in shades of blues and varied neutrals. This is the first time I have shown a full view of this quilt. Don't ask me why as I have absolutely no idea - like days of the week, clearly.
After gathering all the solid scraps I could find and the improv. blocks I made the other day I pieced a backing.
I'm hoping this will be another finish for February using resources I already have. It really depends on the thread situation. This was not on my FAL list but with granny progress slowing, this may be a substitute finish. Are they allowed?
Thanks for all your comments on quilting style - some more polite than others *cough*. It seems many of us are unsure as to what our style is, are still trying to find one or are simply embracing the fact that quilting gives us the opportunity to do the same thing but differently. I like that.