I know we all joke about how many projects we have going at one time, but my quilter's ADHD has gotten a little out of control. Since we relocated to Colorado, I have been rising early (nothing new for me) and sewing while I watch the French Open on my laptop.
So, in this corner, we have my 1880 Sampler Quilt in progress.
(A note for Kathy G: there was no return email for me to send you a pdf that hopefully your MAC can download. Please send one. )
I have not heard of any other problems downloading the pattern for the Goose in the Pond variation block, but I may add a simple block to use in its place, if need be.
In this nook, we have Bunnyhill's Autumn Houses started.
And under my cutting table, I have started Pinwheels for Caroline by Lori Smith. My WIP list had gotten under 10 items, so what the heck! Besides, this will use up a lot of my reproduction stash! Believe it or not, it will be a lap size quilt when finished. I am shocked too!
I love a challenge and today's CW block certainly was one!
Also finished up the Little Blue Basket block that I had put off doing.
My blocks have been redrafted to 6", so this one had to be foundation paper pieced. 8" just seemed so big to me ;o)
Since blogger was having issues this past week, several comments came through without return emails. I think I have solved my comment problem---turned off the stay signed in button. Thanks to everyone who gave me suggestions!
This is for Holly: Send me a comment with your email and I will help you get a copy of Autumn's Bounty.
My DH asked what I had planned today; and when I was non-committal, he stated we should go hike the Continental Divide. "There is more to life than weeding and quilting," he said naively.
Have a safe Memorial Day weekend!
I'll be gardening and quilting, silly man!