I stared at this quilt for a bit and it hit me what I needed to do! I cut white/neutral squares and sewed a purple triangle to one corner. These replaced the yellow squares and I like it so much better!
I think the yellow squares were bothering me for two reasons - the first being the color - and the second being the fact that these were the only plain units in the quilt - every other square is pieced with anywhere from 2 pieces of fabric to 4 pieces of fabric. I finally realized this and knew I had to piece something!
I like this so much more! I am still adding a tiny bit of yellow in the quarter square triangle units that appear in the sashing. Just a bit of yellow!
I still have to finish these last quarter square triangles and then I'll be ready to start stitching it all together.
I made two dresdens, too! A good day!
And last night I began stitching another Farmer's Daughter block -
Correction: The Man in the High Castle is on Amazon, NOT Netflix!
The rain has finally let up! We received 4.5 inches in just a few days. Everything is soggy. And they're saying we might get snow (???!!!!!) this weekend. EEK! But this morning the sun is shining and it's fairly warm outside.
Today En Provence is up on the schedule, so I'll work on those final quarter square triangle units. That shouldn't take long, so I may even begin sewing the blocks together.
Hope you have a sunny day!