Saturday, December 30, 2017

Sewing up a storm

I've been doing my best to sew a bit every single day during this holiday break.  I finished quilting my niece's quilt and got the binding on just moments before they left after spending time here for the holidays.

I'm working on clues 5 and 6 of the On Ringo Lake mystery quilt simultaneously.

And I'm answering the call for quilt blocks for the California Thomas Fire.
6 blocks - super quick with my bins of precut scraps

Just three days left of break - just three days left of sewing for hours on end.  How I love vacation!  Back to the sewing room!


The Cozy Quilter said...

Wow! Your sewing machine must be smoking hot from all that sewing! Your log cabin quilt looks wonderful...I love the asymmetry!

Julie Fukuda said...

I love your projects and am amazed at how much you have gotten done. Best wishes for continued success in the coming year.

Jindi's Cottage said...

You certainly are sewing up a storm...Love the layout on your niece's log cabin quilt. Happy New Year!

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

You are sewing, and I haven't had a chance to sew for a few weeks now. I'm itching to get back in my sewing room. Trying to get caught up on blog reading first. Happy New year!