here. Fortunately, when I get obsessed with a scrappy quilt, it spurs me on to completion for the simple reason that I want to clean up the mess! Scraps everywhere. You know what I'm talking about, right?
I omitted all the specialty things in Section 5--the dresden, the rainbow, the hexies, because I felt that there was already so much going on with the sky. So I will make Section 5 as a mini quilt for my sewing room.
The day at Disneyland starts on the left side with the sunrise, Main Street and Fantasyland, with a hint of all the beautiful flowers around the park.
Take a ride on the teacups. Drink a Coke (although I hear as of 2015 they have switched over to Pepsi products. What??)
Head over to Tomorrowland. Some rides are closed down as they prepare to build a new Star Wars area. I must have seen into the future!
Ride the Jungle Cruise.
End your day with fireworks above Sleeping Beauty's Castle. And don't forget to look for Tinkerbell!
This has been such a fun quilt to make. Thanks, Jen Kingwell, for designing this fabulous and intricate pattern, and to Kerry for organizing all the tips and tricks to make this project easier to accomplish.
I was clueless when it came to choosing fabric for a finding, so I used my friend Elizabeth's tutorial on a faced binding--perfect choice. And I hope you notice what a great job Darby did by choosing mouse ears for the quilting!