I cut apart another panel that I have of the monster movie posters. I picked this up last year and I liked it so much that I got extra. Good thing, because I gave away the first quilt so now I can make another. I played around with this rough layout on the floor. Two of the images are larger than the rest, so I thought I would put them at the ends.
It wasn't until I had all the smaller posters put together that I realized that the two end pictures ave very different sizes. Centering them on each end would just involve so much math. I convinced myself that they wouldn't look good being so asymmetrical, so opted to go with a runner with just the smaller pictures.
Then I got on a roll putting it all together. Merrily sewing and pressing. Getting to the last green border and. . .
. . .the bobbin thread ran out just inches from the end. Happens so often you'd think I'd fill bobbins in advance. But no, I seem to like the frustration of stopping everything to refill a bobbin.
Then it was time to select the outer border. This is what I'm thinking right now:
I'm going with spiderwebs. Figuring out how wide I want to make it. This should be finished up pretty quickly. I do love keeping to a crafting theme during the holidays!
The next block in my Harry Potter Project of Doom quilt is Hedwig: