The little pink monkey in the top left of the photo below is one of my favorites made in 2016 for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge pink month. I had fun fussy cutting that pink bird for the center!
My goal this week was to get the monkey blocks into nine groups of four.
And then to sew all these bigger blocks into rows, and the rows together, with the first narrow border in Kona Navy surrounding the center.
This measures 42.75 inches square so far.
I hit one of those points this week where I wasn't sure I was happy with how this quilt was coming together so far. But after getting the whole center sewn together and the first border on, my feelings about it changed, and I like what is happening!
This week, I'll add a second, wider outer border, using the Kona Maize, and that will bring the quilt up to about 52 inches square. I'm not sure yet about backing and binding for this project - hopefully, I'll know it when I see it! :)
Sharing at SoScrappy for ScrapHappy Saturday.