First things first: I won a lovely gingerbread ornament at Yvonne W. Thank you Yvonne, they are too cute!
This shows you what I wanted to sew next once I was done with the orange madness (and possibly the classic brother's blue top). But then I made a strategic mistake: I showed Betacarotin to MyGuy, fully knowing he loves orange. Well, no, you cannot have the one I have finished (because it is a concept art for both brothers), so what is a wife to do? I started cutting and sewing another 117 blocks of Crisscross Applesauce. This time the center 4 patches will be green. One block done so far...
I am well pleased how this turned out. When I made the last couple of blocks I thought it was all going to be one big orange blob with no value changes, but thanks to some yellows and redds it does not look too bad. As for the top name, well have a look at the close up - photorealistic carrotts. So I started thinking about pumpkins and other orange fruits and vegetables and that is when the common denominator came to mind: betacarotin. This means that the wild brother's top is done and next is the blue one for the older brother.
The lattice is actually more visible than I thought it would be, but now what do I do with it. I want to make it a wall hanging, but want to leave it on point as it is now. As the snowmen are seasonal, I want something that I can fold up when I am done with it. I have an idea, but am not sure what to use for it. Any ideas?