It's been paperwork, lots of rest and
I have only a little over a month before I return north, and then a week and a half after that is quilt camp so before I leave, I need to plan what I'm going to take to work on. I have a couple of projects still in the works, one that I started while at camp last year.
There's this one (above), Subtle Charm. This is the only block I finished at camp last summer. All the pieces are cut and ready to be sewn. I think it will travel with me.
And there's this one...the one I had SO much trouble with that I just packed it away to not be dealt with until my brain could focus better. And I've determined that if it still comes out wrong, I'll just trim each block to a consistent square and be done with it! I may be 'twisted' to take this one along.
Sister's Choice still needs to be sewn together. May have to determine the layout beforehand, but it could be a good traveling companion too.
Tumbler could use some more work, as could Pyramids. And I need to do something with all those Bowties, and Spools I've made as leaders and enders. Scrap O' Nine Tales still sits as finished blocks. Lots I could work on, whether here at home or away at quilt camp.
I have so few projects remaining to be pieced unless I start something new. I'm thinking maybe I could use quilt camp to practice some free motion quilting. I have far too many quilts that need to be quilted, I almost hate to start anything new. I could pre-layer some muslin and scrap batting pieces to practice on.
Let's go see what shows up on others' design walls at Patchwork Times.