I've narrowed it down to three options.
1. Start Bonnie Hunter's On Ringo Lake Mystery. I've decided on the fabrics for this year's project.
All but that red, yellow and black print (my substitution for the aqua), are left overs from other projects. They gray neutral is left over from a retirement quilt that was gifted 7 years ago. There actually 5 different black fabrics in the photo. Bits and pieces left from other quilts. I can't tell if the yellows are really the same shade or just really, really close. Definitely not my typical color palette, but they should make for a very dramatic quilt. Can't wait to see how this project comes together.
2. Finish En Provence, make the backing and get it sent to the quilter. All that is left till I have a finished flimsy is the 3 rounds of borders, of which I've got a start on the first.
|En Provence, A Bonnie Hunter Mystery (2016)|
3. Start making the sawtooth stars for the border of this month's UFO-2017 project.
| Inverted Star|
by Jessica Boschem of Common Threads
available from Craftsy as a free download
The Inverted Star blocks were the 2014 RSC project. They are still sitting in a project box waiting to be set together. At least I have a finishing plan all decided on. With the Thanksgiving holiday, I don't think I'd get this one done. But it would be nice to actually make a start on the stars for the border.
So after a bit of deliberation, I've decided that November's OMG is to #2, get En Provence finished and out the door to be quilted before the end of the month. If I can do that, it won't be on the UFO list long and then I won't feel so bad for starting this year's mystery. Good luck on whatever project you've picked for November.