Right now, I am busy binding Serendipity found. Not an exciting process, so I dabble in a few other projects to keep myself entertained (or from going crazy---binding is my least favorite part of a quilt!)
Finished the last block for the Paris in the Fall BOM at TOWQS.
It was a challenging block to say the least.
Then doing what I love to do best...
drafting and piecing blocks for the Farmer's Wife Quilt.
The rest of the time...
I keep making siggy blocks for my Album Quilt designed by Kathleen Tracy.
Mine will be 4x4 and I am waiting for a few more signed blocks to return before I piece it together.
I love Kathy's patterns--accurate and easy to follow instructions.
Not all patterns are like that!
Others have been busy too.
Satu's recent additions to her 1880 Sampler (her blog can be found here) and...
Bettina (her blog can be found here) always keeps current.
Charlene in NH just contacted me and I expect pictures of all of her blocks soon.
Another block pattern posted today for a total of 9, enough to assemble the first 3 diagonal rows, so next week I will include sashing and setting triangle cutting instructions.