Not much sewing this weekend. Kiddo had basketball and swimming. When I did finally make it to my sewing room, my sewing machine decided to crash. Looks like a trip to the repair guy is in my future as soon as the roads are clear from this winter storm that is supposed to dump 8 to 12 inches on us starting tonight. Thankfully I still have my old machine as a backup!
The blocks for the Seeing Stars BOM are sewn together and I've started sewing the pieced border on. But since you've seen pictures of that quilt for the last two weeks, I'm going to skip a picture this week. It's hard to tell there's been much progress.
The "leaders and enders" project, the purple and yellow scrap quilt has been progressing. As of this week I've completed almost half of the blocks needed.
I like the diagonal pattern with the lights and the darks. Still, I won't decide on a final layout until I finish all the blocks. I'm glad I pulled this UFO out of the closet and gave it another chance. It's nice to have something so bright on the design wall during the winter months.
I also finished up block 6 of the Moose on the Porch Layer Cake Quilt Along.
I'm not loving the quilt along blocks. Maybe because the fabrics are not my usual style. I bought them to complete a fundraising quilt for the school. I did the Layer Cake Quilt Along so I'd use them up and get them out of the stash. I'm trying to reserve judgement until all the blocks are completed. There's one or two I may have to take a second stab at if I have any fabric left after block 12.
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