This is going to be my next UFO to work on. I had originally tried to design a pieced border to finish it off, but none of the ideas I tried seemed to work. That is why it has been packed away in a box for so many years. Now I believe the thing to do is make 12 more blocks, which will add one more row at the top and bottom. That brings the size up to 58.5 x 78", a good size for a throw quilt. It could become a QOV if I don't decide to keep it for myself.
The only problem now is that I have run out of one of the red fabrics. This close-up of the center shows a possible substitute fabric laid over some logs on the left side. Once the additional 12 blocks are done, I will decide where to put those blocks in the quilt--whether they become the extra rows top & bottom or if I should mix them in with the rest of the quilt.
Here is a photo of the fabric that has been used up (at the top) and the one that I plan to use as a substitute. The new fabric is darker than the original, but it should be ok. However, if anyone has some of that top fabric and could spare 1/4 yard or so, you would make my day!
As usual, I will be linking up to Patchwork Times for Design Wall Monday. Check out all the great inspiration there.