Much to my surprise, I made great progress on my "Easy Street" mystery quilt components this weekend.
I had all my strips cut for the grey/black-on-white four patches, but didn't think I had enough variety. My friend Jo came to my rescue with some scraps, and I was able to finish all of these by last night:
It's easy to "spin seams" sitting in front of the television set; I even taught my husband how to do it......we got this one done...
I started in on my flying geese and couldn't understand why I had so many white triangles.....duh! Read the directions, Kathy. I only cut out half of the purple triangles, so it was back to the cutting board. I have about 36 of the "geese" finished, and know I can get the rest done this week, just running eight or so through the machine every time I sew. I'm busy sewing my granddaughter's Christmas pillowslips......trying to keep on top of everything.
I even got the black-on-white bricks cut. Once I finish my geese, I'm anxious for the next step. Bring it on, Bonnie!
We're getting into the Christmas spirit around here. Got a few of my Christmas quilts mounted and need to get the wreaths up and the lights outside.
Have a great week, Kathy