I shouldn't complain about our really nice weather (I really, really shouldn't!), but it's keeping me away from my quilt studio. Thinking fall rains will start one of these days, I talked myself into working outside all day on Labor Day instead of spending the day quilting. (WHAT was I thinking?!) So even though I've managed a couple of hours here and there to satisfy my itchy quilting fingers, I haven't made a lot of progress on my latest baby quilt.
I didn't put as much of a white-on-white border around the center scrappy squares as I had in my mind that I would. When I got close to doing it, it just seemed . . . well, too white.
So this is where I am right now. The piano keys border is sewn on, and I'm planning (always subject to change, of course) to finish it off with another border of solid fabric.
This day has been totally gray and gloomy with two periods of light rain. The first didn't start until around noon so it was possible to get outside for some yard/garden clean-up the first half of the day. We do need the rain as our raised garden beds are super dry. The field garden is still holding moisture well though. I've definitely got more to do outside before everything is ready to be put to bed for winter . . . but I wouldn't mind a couple of totally rainy days for a quilting break!