Finally got to my sewing machine after that last storm snowed me out of my studio. (Not a fan of big storms) (Or snow in general for that matter)
First up were these Jacks 'n Sixes blocks that I'd cut out the other day. These have been RSC blocks for several years now.
At some point I'll pull them all out and count them again - it's been a while. I made one or two a month for a year or two, then none at all last year. (Sandcastles grabbed all my RSC sewing time for most of 2019!)
And another doodad turned up -
All the above blocks functioned quite well as leader/enders as I've kept up the push to finish Frolic.
At the end of my afternoon's sewing I laid out the last Frolic block (tada!), ready to sit right down and sew at my next opportunity. (This strategy has worked really well for me. It really cuts into my dither time - "What shall I do first? This? Or this? Or maybe this?")
And while I was at it, I set up another doodad.
Can't have too many doodads, after all.
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