I stayed home today, partly because I didn't want to deal with the fluffy crap falling out of the sky,
(this was taken yesterday when it started)
and because I was kind of hoping the nice UPS man would show up with the greens I'm auditioning for the borders for Big Twinkle. No luck there, I'm afraid.
So I'll share what I got accomplished yesterday, anyway.
Three more blocks in the Catching-Up-with-the-365 Challenge. Yay!
A couple more easy ones, then we head into Ohio Star territory. Three inch Ohio Stars. Since I made tons of 4.5" Ohio Stars for last year's RSC quilt, I'm not as worried as I could be. (Or possibly should be. Hubris, you know. A Dangerous Thing, hubris.)
Eh, I'll worry about it tomorrow.
I also got three Whatchacallit Stars done.
(Seriously, does anyone know the name for this block? I tried a little basic research, but google-imaging 'star quilt blocks' retrieves a mind-boggling array of blocks to look at...)
And I had enough Quilty 365 blocks done to join on another row.
The next row will continue along the bottom from left to right - Feb 9th-18th - then up the right side and back right to left across the top. I really like how my layout spirals out from the center. Though it's going to get a little unwieldy 'long about September or October, I think.
And I started a couple of Chantal's Pinwheels. Here they are in progress.
Pinwheels in progress would be PIPs, right?
Please note: I did not make a piglet. We will all ignore the fact that there's one cut out and waiting by the sewing machine. We will also ignore the fact that I've got fabrics paired up to cut several more.
Oh, wait. Would Piglets in progress be PIPs, too?