I just spent two days worrying that I will run out of fabric for this fabric, having had to cut the extra curves to repair my cat damage. Then I had a Homer Simpson moment (d'oh!) I always run out of fabric. In fact I deliberately buy only half a metre at a time precisely because it means I never have quite enough and am forced to come up with creative solutions. Okay, this time I may run out earlier, may have to work a bit harder at it all, but it's time to stop fretting and just get a move on.
So, I have joined a couple of pieces that I knew were always going to go together and spent some time making little blocks out of the many, many scrappy bits this quilt is generating. I don't know how they're going to fit together, but that will come. In the meantime I'm making progress and will have a clearer idea soon of how much extra fabric I may need to find (I have already cut up a white shirt that I had in my stash and pressed it into use).
I reckon I can squeeze at least a couple more curvy blocks out of what I've got too.
Linking up today with Love Laugh Quilt for Monday Making.