Week Two of March-A-Long is finished. Here is how my week went:
- Sunday – I spent a couple of hours paper piecing curved flying geese for the Judy Niemeyer tree skirt. It was fun to get back to this. I have two more geese on each section to do now.
- Monday – I spent the day prepping blocks for the church quilt to be hand pieced by members of our church’s MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) program during Tuesday’s meeting.
- Tuesday – I started the day with the aforementioned MOPS ladies. Careful Carolyn and I walked them through the block assembly step by step. Here’s what the finished product should look like (colors vary on the blocks):
- Wednesday – I caught up on quilty blog reading. We spent nearly 24 hours without power from about 1:30 Tuesday afternoon through 12:30 Wednesday afternoon. The rest of Wednesday was spent warming up and catching up. I also did a little hand quilting in the evening.
- Thursday – Hand quilting in the evening is about the extent of my quilting for the day.
- Friday – Another day when only a little hand quilting (and a little magazine inspection) were the extent of my quilting enjoyment.
- Saturday – Yes, it was Quilting Day but, other than watching a Craftsy lesson while I rode the recumbent cycle, no quilting happened here. We also got the pleasure of the arrival of the kids to celebrate our youngest daughter’s birthday.
And there you have the March-A-Long recap for this week. You can find more at Scientific Quilter. As for the upcoming week,