Often life interferes with my ability to keep my stitching plans on track (It's a common problem with various degrees of severity). My most recent derailer is my day job (it pays for my quilting habit, so I try not to complain too loudly). Thankfully since the big project launch in August, the job has been mostly on simmer. Drama Teen isn't playing sports any longer, so we are not running all over the state for volleyball tournaments these days. Though I think we do have to spend a weekend in November as debate judges. So you'd think I'd be more on top of my stitching these days. Not so much it seems. However, I did manage to get the steps in the first clue in the Meadow Mist Mystery finished.
Which is really good because clue 2 comes out on Thursday. I don't think the white fabric was my original choice for a background, but I can't tell from fabric photos taken last month. It seems a bit stark to me, but hopefully it won't seem that way once more of the mystery blocks are made. I really like Cheryl's mysteries. The two I've done have used relatively large pieces, they go together fast so it's easier to stay on track. It also helps that the clues come out monthly. Linking up this week with Let's Bee Social and Needle and Thread Thursday.