It took some time, but, grassy creek mystery quilt at quiltville part #4 is done. I was pleased with how the pieces fit together, but, after ironing, I am wondering if they are a little wonky. Time will tell.
As part of the rainbow scrap challenge at so scrappy, I am working on pink ufos, I have finished two love pillowcases and a flannel donation quilt. I am nearly done with flannel quilt #2, so I indulged with choosing another pink ufo - zuckerwaite from Bonnie Hunter book string fling. All I have finished are the string blocks. I made them in 2017. This quilt uses a massive amount of HSTS - ( half square triangles ). So I need to get cutting. Even if that is all I get done this month, it is progress.
my grassy creek mystery quilt at quiltville
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What fun to find hidden treasures! LOLReplyDelete
I use plastic bins for my current projects.... some I'm actually working on! But things I've grown tired of are stashed in plastic bags like yours and put in open bins. You've got some wonderful projects ready to work on. Hope you make a little progress on these this week.ReplyDelete
I love that you label your projects like that. Keeping track of all of the parts and remembering what goes with what can be such a challenge when you have multiple works in progress simultaneously!ReplyDelete
Those Grassy Creek blocks sure are cool! A lot of good work there.ReplyDelete
Those clue 4 blocks do take a bit of stitching. I've just got three left to make thankfully. Looks like you do have some fun UFOs to pick up this year.ReplyDelete