But after I'd put it aside to work on a few things for Mary and Matt, finish a quilt for my cousin's son, fix up my kid and manage Spring Break... I pulled it out again and realized that for my first version of this I'd rather run them in a rectangular loop. So here's where I am: (Yep, I know the W is backward-- it was a mistake, but then I decided to keep it because I was indecisive and then realized that I was *waffling* about it. Thus, it must stay. It's the sort of thing K and I could talk about for a good hour.)
I have a simple plan for quilting the somewhat randomly pieced center area. I'm digging it so far. Here's a closer look:
And... DOH! Totally put that spacer square in the wrong corner. I hung it on the wall, took photos, uploaded and edited them and... NOW I realize that it's backward. There's supposed to be one on the upper left and one on the lower right. Oops. Well, fortunately, it's fixable and it doesn't keep me from asking the question I want to ask.
So... my question is, am I being silly to picture it with a border much like what I did here, with the skinny frame, another wide white border and then the binding? Or should I do one wide colored sash and a similarly hued binding? Or something else entirely? Tell me what you think.