I picked up more wool.
I have a project that I've been working on,
(read that as: started & in a pile on my ironing board :)
It is called "10 cents a Chance"
and was a McCall's Quilting magazine Web Bonus LAST summer.
BUT, if you cut the blue star fabric into the size required for piecing,
it cut THROUGH the stars.
I don't think that is acceptable for a "field" in a flag.
No flag should have partial stars in my book.
So, I decided that I should applique stars onto this quilt.
And, I should have a few shades of creams/whites in wool.
This would "make" the quilt, I decided...
So, at last weeks' guild quilt show, I hit up the booth of the "wool lady".
Thank you, wool lady.
I now have plenty of wool.
Like I didn't have wool in my life already!
Only 288 woolen stars to cut and applique!