Of course I opted for a simple and quick choice from the Pam Buda book and sew-along that Wendy Reed (constant quilter) is organizing. I am enjoying this project especially since each item is really small so I can get it done! And I do believe you can never have too many pin cushions. Don't you agree? vbg
And I also did the optional block for the Cheddarback project. I really liked this block, which helps the creative juices, don't you think??
I was also very interested in the tiny house quilt done by Missouri Quilt Company. I went onto Youtube and found the tutorial to make them and whipped up my first block, in between sewing a gazillion 1" half square triangles for my Primitive Gatherings quilt project... (you can see why I'd need a diversion, right??)
It's a really bright and fun quilt so I think I'll enjoy making the blocks.
I'm getting a little frustrated with all these little sew-alongs---making blocks but not putting anything together. I'm getting ready to take one of my large zip-lock baggies with a slew of blocks and sew them together so I can at least feel like I'm getting something done--know what I mean??
This should be a productive weekend as we don't have the kids. It's very weird for us to be home and NOT have the kids so I'll keep myself busy. I did go and pick them up on Thursday and we made our usual stop after school...ice cream!!