Monday, August 5, 2019

Bits and Pieces of Progress

It was a good weekend.  The Scientist in Training was home to just hang out.  She's back at school this week to wrap up a few things on her undergraduate research.  She'll be back on Thursday evening to hang out for about a week before returning to campus to get ready for the fall semester.  

There was some good progress in the sewing room, but not a lot that's really photo worthy.  This is what was sitting at the sewing machine  ready for stitching when I stopped for the night.  

There are blocks for the Storm at Sea pieced border, a few Wild and Goosey blocks, then some strips and 4-patches for the Sensational Scrap Mystery.  

The green square in a square blocks for the pieced SAS border are all finished. 

Twelve more of the large blue diamonds plus 4 blue square in a square blocks are needed to finish off those pieced borders.  

Progress was made on the yellow 4 patches for clue 2 of the Sensational Summer Scrap quilt.

A few more blue ones got made too, but I didn't get a photo of those. 

So progress on a lot of fronts, but not much really to see.  Linking up with the usual Monday crowd. 

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LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

That sounds like a nice weekend - a little sewing, a little time with your SIT! Those green blocks are so pretty!

Barbara said...

There were so many storm at sea quilts at the quilt show this past weekend. Being a seaside guild, it makes sense. I really like that pattern, and your blocks are looking good.

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

Lots of great progress!!!

Katie Z. said...

I’m so glad you had a good weekend! It seems like the last few years have been nearly-endless chaos and stress for you. I really love your Storm at Sea. It’s quite beautiful.

chrisknits said...

Looks great! So glad you got to spend time with your girl!

Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts said...

I really like those diamond blocks. I'm gonna have to learn how to make them, they would look great in a border. Enjoy your time with your daughter Kate!

Quilter Kathy said...

Your sewing table looks a lot like mine with many different projects being sewn :)

AnnieO said...

Wonderful time spent with needle and thread, enhanced by having your baby bird back in the nest. Bliss.

Jennifer said...

Lots of projects going on and I like all the bright colors.