|She calls her quilt blocks "Strippy, Scrappy, Flippy, Happy"|
My blocks measure 10.5" with a 6" wide center strip and 2" orange "ribs", whereas her blocks are 8.5" with 3" wide center strips and skinnier black "ribs", so the look is a little different but no matter. I love it! I have a feeling the finished quilt will be a bit RIOTOUS! All that color! All those lines going this way and that!
I remain on task with my sewing and organizational goals for the year.
- I've already started February's Block Lotto blocks, but can't reveal them until February 1 because I got a Sneak Peek at February's pattern. Again, they are a great way to use up my scraps - I'm not going to the stash drawers for these fabrics but straight to the scrap bins.
- I've been studiously cutting scraps into precut squares, averaging WAY MORE than my 15 minutes per day minimum of scrap cutting while listening to books on tape - it sure makes the time fly while doing a not-so-exciting task. I finished the 4th Chief Inspector Gamache mystery, A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny, yesterday, and am now in the midst of Defending Jacob by William Landay.
- I even remembered to get some new destash fabrics into my ETSY shop, from which I've been getting 1-3 sales per week for a couple months now. I may just get myself organized and downsized this year, after all!
Back to work tomorrow, which means more knitting than sewing for a few days. I'm so glad I had this long weekend to really dive back into my sewing room.