I've remained productive, though. The latest:
Wristlets (to be added to Etsy soon)
Swell, from Camille Roskelley's Retro Book
The top and bottom quilts are with the long-armers, waiting their turn. I've been on quite a wristlet kick lately, too. Maybe because they finish quickly. (Sometimes you just want to finish something, you know?)
I've started working weekends at my local quilt shop, and will begin teaching there again in the spring. One of my "classes" (not really a class - more of an incentive program) will include making the Tula Pink sampler blocks. Yes, all 100 of them. My block budget is 8 blocks a week, so I do 2 a day Tuesday - Friday. (Working the weekend, and my sewing group meets on Monday). It's working so far. The blocks are all very simple, but so many of us are used to cutting lots of pieces for lots of block at one time. For the Tula blocks, you cut one at a time. Not many pieces, but still not what I've been doing for the past many years. Here are a the first few:
I'm also keeping a photo of the fabrics I used in each block. They measure 6" (finished), so those are some tiiiiiiiny pieces. I'm working from the scrap bins, and shouldn't have to resort to the stash. I should take a pic of my scrap stash. Or maybe not - I might be too embarrassed! Stay tuned!
So, although I've been silent, I've stayed busy. Thanks again for hanging in there with me. And thanks for stopping by.
Finishes: 26 (16 quilts, 10 other) (this isn't updated for the latest wristlets)