Today was the day! I mentioned here about the mystery pattern I tested for a fellow quilter, Cathy. Now you can see it for yourself! :)
As Cathy gave out the clues and chatted with other folks who were doing the mystery... it just made me want to do it again, except I wanted to use my Wonder Cut Ruler this time around. My today's fabric selection:
I love the 3.5" size on the WCR (because you need to cut 3" strips on a regular ruler) so I modified the pattern and made a "junior" version.
It's a lot like my other one, except I made the green framed blocks dominate the quilt, instead of the pink. I also switched around where the white fabric was, putting it in the inside diamonds, instead of the border. It finishes at 36" square, opposed to the original pattern of 60". I like it! :)
Now will somebody please tell me where I managed to get the energy to select fabric, cut, sew, piece and produce quilt top, starting early this afternoon and finishing at 11pm! And I certainly didn't have an imaginary whip over my head, cracking me to get this done. I took plenty of breaks, cooked up myself a quesadilla, had a few popsicles, husband got pizza (mine tastes better though! ;)) and certainly didn't feel any rush or pressure. I can't figure it out, and I wanna know so I can do it again, or bottle it up and sell it to other quilters! :D