Well March certainly seemed to whoosh by - at least it did for me. And while we don't have spring flowers yet, I'm hopeful for them soon since all the snow has melted off this week. Bring on the daffodils! (I'm so ready for daffodils...)
Since it's the last Saturday in March, here's the wrap-up of green sewing for the RSC. (I don't plan to make any more green blocks, but I'm not exactly famous for following my plan)
A few Antique Tiles got made,
That was this week's production. I've been trying to make at least two of them every time I sit down at the sewing machine, and as many more as I can squeeze in. At least I've got enough experience with them that I no longer tear out my hair while I'm trying to sew all those y-seams. At this point, I think it's taking me longer to pick out colors for the blocks than it is to sew them together!
I'm somewhere between the halfway point and 2/3s done with these. I had thought I was further along when I most recently pulled this project out of time out, but either I've misplaced some blocks or I was just being hopelessly optimistic. Either way, I'm going to try to just keep going and going.
I've got about 20 more blocks all kitted up and stacked by the sewing machine, with one already in progress. And there are all kinds of glitter bits on my cutting mat, just waiting to be thrown into the mix.
Isn't that the way with any art project - you just end up with Glitter absolutely everywhere?