After dropping Cassie off for Volleyball camp, I came home and started sewing right away. No gardening needed today since we took care of picking produce yesterday.
QOV Mystery #28: Star Path was first on my unwritten agenda.
Forty flying geese blocks were asked for, using the stitch-n-flip method. With these units finishing at 3"x6", double-sewing for bonus HSTs was a definite!!!
The top stacks show the 40 units called for in this step; 3.5"x6.5" (unfinished)
and I elected to sew up the bonus HSTs right away into similar flying geese units; roughly 3"x5.5" (unfinished). I can only only ONLY hope that ladies are NOT throwing away that "waste"! Still incredible to think about all the bonus units possible by simply double-sewing.
Melissa posted week #2's Tetris blocks, so I played the game twice and got to work laying out the pieces.
They haven't been sewn yet, because I needed to pick up Cassie from volleyball camp.
When returning back home, I got busy loading Diamond Fields onto the quilt frame and everything that goes with setting up a new quilt (cleaning, oiling, winding bobbins...).
Before quitting at lunch time, I sewed through 2 full bobbins worth. The wedding is next weekend; I should have no problem getting this finished without even needing to push for the deadline.
Shortly we'll be heading out for day #2 of swimming lessons. And you know what?!?!.......I can see taking a nap on the beach today; I'm a bit tired.