First up is an Orts block. (Go here for a link to the pattern and a peek at how I'm constructing these blocks.)
I keep having the best of intentions of making more than one of these blocks each month, but here it is March and I'm still at only one-per. Though there's a fair bit of March left, so maybe it could happen.
Next up were my beloved Centennial stars.
I enjoy planning and making these blocks enough that I'm starting to stack up some 2 5/8" squares for the centers for future blocks. (It's an awkward size, but apparently there's some
Speaking of multitasking - I'm slowly but surely piling up bits for Totally Demented. My supply of 2.5" squares is being raided for sewing triangles, plus I'm cutting more 2" HSTs to add to the ones I'd already been stockpiling for my flying geese blocks.
Those poor flying geese - I've been dreaming of a flying geese strippy quilt for the longest time, but I keep cannibalizing the parts for other projects. Most of my finished geese blocks ended up in my Gwennie medallion quilts, so I made some more. But most of those got sucked into Long Time Gone (aka Are We There Yet), so I had to start over again. Now my triangles are getting drafted into yet another side project.
Someday my geese will come, but it doesn't look like it's going to be anytime soon...
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