On Ringo Lake is serving as my leader/ender for the moment.
This means that components for it are stacking up, with the occasional finished block, but it also means no progress is being made on my real leader/ender projects - like the 4-patches I've been making for years, or the hourglasses I started year before last, or the checkerboard rails that I started last summer.
(Hmm... I seem to have a whole lot of leader/endering going on. I should probably make a push on one or the other of these projects, but in that case I'd probably just start another leader/ender to work on while I finish those blocks, so maybe I should just leave it alone and see what happens...)
One of the things I want to really move along is my Burgoyne Surrounded quilt. I've started laying out blocks with sashings and cornerstones, but I have to work on it in short bursts. Despite the carpet on my design floor, there's only so much these bony old knees can take before they start getting grumpy. Grumpy knees are not easily placated.
Me and my grumpy knees are headed over to Cynthia's Quilting is more Fun than Housework for some Oh Scrap fun. Come on along and see what everyone's up to!