Truthfully, kaleidoscope quilts have intimidated me because they seem complicated, what with all those dang seams meeting up in the centre and bias seams and strangely-angled triangles and what not and oh man as I write that out I realize those excuses are just plain silly. SILLY, I say! I need to get over my Quilter's Impostor Syndrome, stat!
This QAL is billed as being beginner-friendly, and looking at the block Elizabeth posted here, I totally agree (and again ask myself what the L my PROBLEM is with DOUBTING my Quilty Awesomeness), so if you've been waffling about joining, stop it! Come and join in the fun!
I think I'm going to go scrappy but with a controlled colour palette for this quilt. I think. Ask me tomorrow; I'll probably have changed my mind. Choosing fabric is by far my most favourite part of planning a quilt so I tend to stretch out the experience as long as possible. Whatever I choose, it will be from ye olde stash. Because said stash is quite significant, and I've concluded that - for me - fabrics are best enjoyed sewn up into something, even if that something is given away, which this quilt will be.