As you've probably seen by my past quilt projects, I'm a bit colourful. I mean, take this for example:
That's what I usually do. Which is why since I first saw In Color Order's monochrome project it got me thinking.
And thinking some more. At some point it even morphed into my own idea. I was all, "hey, that'd be a great challenge!" This, my friends, is what happens when I skim stuff at work. It blends into the background noise in my head only to pop out later as MY IDEA.
Then, surfing google reader again at a later date, I see the button and the blog and think - oh right. Not my idea. But a fantastic idea nonetheless. And certainly a challenge I need to undertake.
Because a house can only handle so much of this
Which looks much better in small doses:
So. Project Monochrome.
For inspiration, I started at design seeds. Particularly since I can't sew anything right now. Which reminds me, I need to call my mother and ask her to bring me my quilting stuff. Enough is enough. And it's not that she's stolen it or hijacked it or anything. She's simply storing it while my husband and I make the move from Edmonton where we currently live to Calgary. It was just easier to not have that additional "clutter" in the house while trying to sell it.
So, back to design seeds. Do you know how hard it is to settle on a monochrome palette? I like these for now, but must definitely spend more time with Design Seeds