The Leaders and Enders project is coming together nicely. It is on my design wall while I consider borders.
The original plan was to add the strip-pieced triangles in the corners, like those on the top right. But I also like the way that the plain corner emphasizes the “on-point-ness” of the blocks. Decisions, decisions. Luckily, there are no wrong answers, just different ones. At some point I will choose pieced corners or plain corners and get those borders sewn in place.
It was fun to watch the fabrics come together. There are some very old fabrics. The spool print in this block is from the 1950s. The sweet pink beside it was used in a baby quilt for a child who is now in university.
On the other hand, the black swirl was a fabric I purchased last year for a Scrap Squad quilt.
With this quilt top nearly ready for the to-be-quilted pile, it is time to decide on another project for leaders-and-enders. A bin of two-inch squares is at hand…..