While I have had a difficult time making myself sit down to the keyboard and create a post, I have been at work the last two weeks.
I finished 10 anti-ouch pouches to take to the guild meeting Wednesday. That brings me to a total of 74 this year.
There have also been some stash enhancements here. I’m getting ready for my next English paper piecing project. I’ve long admired the cover quilt on this book by Edyta Sitar and have decided to do it primarily in French General fabrics (but maybe not the border). I scored on a recent online auction and was able to get a jelly roll plus four yards of fabric for what I would have paid for the yardage alone. I have some other French General cuts in my stash, so hopefully I have enough diversity and can begin with this soon.
I’m signed up for two guild workshops with Becky Goldsmith this week and have been pulling the supplies I will need to take. The first one is on color. Thursday we’ll have a six-hour session on applique.
I’ve also resumed working on dishcloths while watching the Tour de France with Bob. It’s an easier project to work on if a dog decides to land in my lap.
When nothing but mindless machine work would satisfy me, I’ve worked on miniature bowtie units.
My goal is to finish appliqueing my red hexagon quilt to its borders before Wednesday’s workshops. I’ll probably take it with me tomorrow when I join my Tuesday group. We’ll see how far along I get working on it some tonight.