I am working on several projects at a time lately - a Pat Sloan "Vacation Time" block of the month, "Sarah's Sampler" as a quilt along for an online group, and the "Rainbow Scrap Challenge" quilt along for another group. I also have a mystery quilt that I'm about to put together with the final clues for my guild. First on my agenda, though, is binding two quilts that I picked up from the quilter on Sunday. This is my least favorite part of the quilt making process, but it is nice to get something finished.
These are a few blocks I made over the last few days. Sister's Choice is the last block for my 9 block Sarah's Sampler, which I will put together soon for the Parkinsons Comfort Quilt project. The purple blocks are the eight Rainbow blocks for April. What a nice way to dip into the stash and use up a few pieces of my favorite color!
Monday, I signed up for a class with Deb Tucker at the Vermont Quilt Festival at the end of June. I'm excited to learn about alternating flying geese, a technique I've been wondering about for a while. I ordered her "Atlantic Flyway" pattern, too, since it looks like just my style. Thinking of more purple scraps!