No this is not a mistake. It is supposed to be this long. No, the colors are not randomly placed. The gray represents the black keys on the piano, and each color represents a note!!
The back is just two of the fabrics that I had scads of with a grey key to separate them. The binding may look familiar to some of you. ;0)
Here is its new home. Fresh paint on the walls and old carpet removed from the floor welcome it home!
(I like you all so much that I spared you all the before pictures of sculptured beige shag!)
I also finished the blocks for the wall hanging that will live above the piano.
Couldn't show just one...
okay, I'll stop at three. I also couldn't decide on which fabric to use as the background. The above is Kona ash. I am using Kate Conklin's pattern Charm Bracelets that I won (and loving it by the way). I started out with some charms that I won from Joan over at wishes, true and kind. I added some of my own Paganelli and then limited the palette to what I want going on in my dining room. Don't worry, I have plans for the rest of the Paganelli Pile! Thanks Kate and Joan for the free start on this quilt. I will think of you both every time I look at it!
Or maybe Kona Medium Gray. Leaning toward the lighter ash, but really want those Paganelli blocks to sparkle!! Also want to avoid a big black hole of darkness on the wall. (That is why the room is no longer taupe accented with beige!) :D
I would love to hear your ideas. Also be sure to click on the Sew and Tell Friday Button on the left side bar and visit all the wonderful finishes!