I thought I had the plaid bunny quilt all figured out. I was going to surround each bunny with its own personal plaid background and then use another light subdued plaid as sashing with cornerstones. The cornerstones would echo the shape of the eyes and tails. Oddly, this makes the bunnies look like they are squished into the front of their block.
Now I'm wondering if surrounding the bunnies in plaid makes them disappear. Here are the bunnies still surrounded by their background, but without the extra space for neutral sashing and cornerstones.
And these are some bunnies that do not have any extra sashing. In this instance, the bunnies would get sashing in the front but there would only be a single one inch finished strip between them. I had thought that this was too much crowding for bunnies (or pigs or chickens).
Here are bunnies with their own front sash but no back sash. They don't look as crowded as they do in the previous version although they have the same amount of space. Now I'm wondering what happens if I try to put in neutral sashing with cornerstones.
Molly suggested that I have free-range bunnies so she knocked them down to the floor at the bottom of the design wall. One bunny stuck on the design wall, so Typhoon brought it down. It's so nice to know that there is a cat to pinch hit for Molly when she doesn't feel up to being naughty.