I squeezed in a bit more sewing time yesterday and finally got a Squared Away block for February's RSC SAL done. I'm hoping to make a few more before I run out of month, both for the SAL itself and the fact that it's a fun block to make. I stuck with just two colors for the first iteration, but I've got plans for throwing lots of purples into the next one.
This little Jacks block was made as a leader/ender while making the SA block.
True confession - I found it already cut out and ready to go while I was shifting stuff around. I'm not sure when I actually kitted it, but there's enough purple in it that I'm claiming it for February. There were a couple more on the same plate, so apparently I'm now cutting blocks in my sleep. Not dangerous at all, I'm sure.
And ta da!!!
That's Burgoyne Surrounded #20 - the final block! (No, seriously. I mean it this time.) (Except for the problem I'm having with my fabric sorting/organizing project, where combinations keep landing next to each other that make me say "Oh, that would make a great Burgoyne!"...) (I may have to make a second BS.) (Help me, someone.)
All the Burgoynes are laid out and I've started stitching them together. This is so exciting!
I've already started the dithering about borders!
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