The sorting of the sewing room has come to a grinding halt. There are too many half-made (or as we call them around this house, "half-arsed") projects lying around and I want them finished. So this week is finishing week, and I'm actually kind of enjoying it.
The Arithmetic quilt chugs along. I have more than half of it joined, and I should be able to finish the quilt top in the next day or so, just so long as I don't die from boredom first. (Yes I find this ironic. I prefer to hand piece - something many people find extremely boring - and yet I find sewing seams at a machine to be mind numbing in the extreme. Probably why I have so many half-arsed machine-sewn quilts lying around.)
The Lotta Hexies is back on the boil. When the quilt shop found more of my grey fabric for the diamonds it meant I could fiddle with the design a bit. This quilt is so design-as-you-go it's not funny. But I'm hoping to have the quilt top done by Christmas and then quilted and on the bed soon after.
One of the shelves which is coming down currently holds a batch of made and unmade bags to sell. Should probably get on that.
And this is the most fun - the stitch and flip HSTs from modern quilt group earlier this month. These have been so much fun to sew and then fiddle with on the design wall.
Haven't tried a pinwheel combo yet - must get on that.