The weather has gone from cool and rainy to hot and humid over the last week. I'm guessing the mold levels are pretty high, as my sinuses haven't been very happy this week. It wasn't the most productive week ever in the sewing room, but there was some good progress on several fronts. Three of the four white borders are attached to Storm at Sea.
This quilt has gotten so big, it's hard to get a photo of the whole thing.
There was also some progress on getting Frolic assembled.
Frolic: Bonnie Hunter 2019 Mystery
The last block is almost finished. I'll need to cut more sashing pieces to finish the assembly. Hopefully Frolic will be ready for borders by next weekend.
Not much to show on Unity, the flying geese in the step 3 sawtooth stars take some time to make. Though I did get one star assembled.
I need over 30 of these little stars for the step 3 border. That's a lot of flying geese.
Lastly, there was more stitching on face masks.
I really like this bright periodic table fabric. It's probably my favorite of out of all the masks from this weekend.
Mask pattern from Laundry Basket Quilts
That's the last of my science/chemistry themed masks. These are all going to work to share with people who haven't had good luck with the surgical masks the company has made available. I'm hoping the t-shirt loops will be easier on peoples ears. My Guy has really liked his masks made from this pattern.