The first thing I worked on was re-grouping on an old, old, old project. It's Goodnight Irene. This has been a leader ender project for me since the beginning of time. Well, Ok, February 2014. I've been making the 4 patches for much longer than that, but in 2014, I started turning them into this pattern. The end is in sight! The number of completed blocks is growing and the number of blank 'X' blocks is dwindling. I prepped a bunch of this to be handy as leader enders and freshened up my supply of 2" squares (they get stale, you know!).
Next up was to make another zippy earbud case to gift to a co-worker. She did a random act of kindness for me and I have been wanting to surprise her with this as a small thank you.
After that, I pulled out the Strawberries that I started at the Lutherdale Gala weekend. The blocks were all complete, but the sashing and borders weren't yet cut. So cut them I did! And sash them! By the time I got to the longer pieces, the natural light was fading and I didn't feel up to cutting and measuring them. One thing I would like to do for my sewing room is improve the lighting-- especially at my cutting table.
The last thing for me was to start another 'Little Lady'. Doesn't this navy make the most adorable dress!!??!!
All in all, this was a very fun day! Oh-- and I got my toes done, too. They match my strawberry quilt!!
I need more stormy Saturdays!!