Here's an update on Ninety Degrees in the Shade.
You can see that the three blocks to the right have their final borders on them and there are just three that lack their first borders.
I'm ready to be finished with the Civil War, fabric-wise, but I'm liking this quilt. To me, it has a contemporary feel, despite the geriatric nature of the fabrics.
It was 93 yesterday. Today it is a bit cooler, though still humid. Bobbi and I drove out to a LQS for a bit of retail therapy. I decided not to look at the price per yard, being as accustomed as I am to the prices in Lancaster County. It's important to support the LQS and, apart from 3/4 yard of purple CW to bind Ninety Degrees, my purchases were to make a couple of little tops and dresses for granddaughters.
I really don't want to put a border on 90 Degrees, but I guess I won't know until the blocks are assembled whether I'm right about that. Or not.
The Uvulati have decided that one of our summer projects will be lap quilts for wheelchair-bound patients at the VA Hospital, so those CWs will get used up that way, and I shouldn't worry if it turns out I need to make a purchase to finish 90 Degrees.