Which is how I found myself sitting in the Grange Hall this afternoon, discussing quilt blocks and quiltmaking with a bunch of women who had also been roped in by my sister-in-law and (chiefly) her sister-in-law. (I'll freely admit that 90% of the reason I showed up was so that I wouldn't get volunteered for anything in absentia...)
There are only a few of us who are actual quilters, but everyone seems game to try, so this should be interesting. I'll keep you posted. Especially if it gets really interesting...
Meeting over, I headed to my studio to get a bit of work done before I ran out of steam completely.
I think I've finally got all the pieces for Allietare cut and corralled.
That means I can put all the reds, blacks, and golds back into their respective spots, and it frees up the bin that I'd been keeping 2" Allietare strips in. I can certainly put the bin to good use, given the ridiculous number of projects I've somehow got going.
Speaking of ridiculous projects, I got three more blocks done for the 365 Challenge.
These are the blocks for Feb 18th thru 21st.
So, if I can make 3 blocks every 6 or 7 days, I should be caught up in... um... well...
Can someone give me a hand with the math here? I think my brain has frozen.
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