My Dulcinea blocks are sewn together and the first border and cornerstones are attached. That's all any of us - including myself - are going to see for the time being. I'm using the pieces for the next border as my leaders and enders for the rest of the month. I've got a general idea of how that border will look, but I won't work out the specifics until the pieces are finished. I also have a back-up plan in case I hate how the first one looks.
This quilt is made from "Posh", a line by Chez Moi for Moda that came out quite a few years ago. The inner border and the background are the only fabrics that aren't part of this collection. Why I didn't buy yardage from the same collection for the border I don't know. I imagine that yardage was probably not available for any of the fabrics I considered for this border. It is a bit darker and not quite as bright, and now that I've sewn it together I think this makes a better "frame" than one of the collection pieces would have done. As for the background, I was originally planning on white, but I'm running low on that and this pale yellow needed to be used.
Right now I have no idea what I'll work on next. I have so many choices! More piecing? Some hand quilting? A bit of applique (though no projects requiring applique are on my current "to do" list). (As though I'll let that stop me if I decide that applique is what I really want to do!)