It started out innocently enough. I had a few squares left from other projects and thought I could just add a few more pieces from my stash and make a block to test out an idea (which you will recognize me showing yesterday).
My innocent "testing" has lead me this far in and now I need to decide where I'm going with this. Do I have enough to make this into a bed sized quilt or do I stop and make it lap-sized? Part of me really wants to see this on a bed... but although that means more cutting and sewing, I'm only concerned I may run out of fabric (if my menfolk read this they would certainly have a good laugh... they seem to think I have an impressive amount of fabric... but to me, the key to making this design work, has been the variety of blues and white/off whites and I'm steadily dwindling those stocks). What would you think of bordering those zig zag blocks in another fabric in order to make this bed-sized?
While I'm contemplating my options, I'll keep sewing as many blocks as I can. Basically, I'm just wrapped up in the love of all those triangles and how they have elevated the look of those leftover or odd sundry bits of fabric I had laying around into an attractive design ( um... attractive minus all my green painter's tape labelling ;o).
PS. As requested, I'll share the recipe for my triangle spanakopitas soon.