I stitched all the remaining colored 1.5 inch squares together yesterday instead of reading. I ran out of blue pretty quickly. One row in from the left is the original nine patch with the rosy center. This is another "page" size of 5 by 7 inches finished.
I think I'm done with this format now. It doesn't have "meaning" for me.
Now this is the one I made before (5 blocks by 7 blocks). Blue then white then tan and then more white. It was okay but then it seemed to "need" story. I had some very fragile indigo and white fabric from a shirt I bought at Goodwill and took apart. The fabric just falls to bits. I think the long rectangle that connects the dark blue square and the peach beige line--will stay. It's like a doorway into some other space.
I am not sure about the three little crumbs stitched to the three white blocks. Thought I do like the little "planet" in the center. And the one on the right does give an impression of a moon. Perhaps the little planet should be up next to the top row of the "castle"? It's all invisible stitched--so easy enough to rearrange. And the little "moon" could go up into the darker blue sky next to the castle ruins.
Well, there is a great deal more sunshine in the kitchen than I am used to and now I can see all the "dirt" so I think I will spend some time scrubbing and washing. Spring Cleaning. But first a quick visit to the grocery for milk, bread and other staple items. Flowers? Easter Candy for G.