I finished "Tuning Fork #29: The Salt Marsh Near First Encounter Beach" right before we left for Colorado. It's not quilted yet, but I will work on the quilting while my father-in-law is here for his annual visit. I like having a piece ready to quilt while Pop is here -- I find it soothing to go into the studio and quilt for an hour or so after lunch. At this point in the process, once I decide what kind of pattern I want to quilt, there is no real thinking involved. It's repetitive. And very meditative.
The quilt currently measures 64" wide by 71" tall. It will shrink a bit during quilting.
I've posted this before, but here is my inspiration picture, taken near Pop's house on Cape Cod in September:
I really enjoyed making this piece. It's my first attempt to translate a photo into a pieced abstract quilt. I will be doing this again....