Thought that before any more of the gold border is hooked I should see what it looks like on my monitor. The last couple times showing Ned may have neglected to say it was a pattern by Woolley Fox.
My initial thought was to have the middle on each side the same and have the four corners different. So I chose the blue for the right bottom to balance the blue strips representing Ned's mane. Then top righ used the grey faint stripe of the butterfly and flower.
Hmm, BUT... if I put the grey faint stripe on the left bottom corner it is too close to the butterfly and flower and not sure if I'd like that color on the top left directly across from the other corner color.
Am pondering putting the blue in the four corners and keeping the green/purple plaid in the middle. Or put blue in all 6 triangle shapes.
Me thinks working on my grandson's rug for the evening is a good thing.
OH!!!!!!! In yesterday's mail I received the fall issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects. And this beautiful crow is one of the patterns, a design by Pat Cross. Well you know it will soon be on my frame since it is a crow. And Walter is a mighty handsome specimen indeed.
But tomorrow I can have a free day to do as I please. Hope you enjoy your evening and hope tomorrow is a happy one for each of you.