I have a few ungoing projects that I will some piece work on as leader/enders. There are just 8 more of the 'ribbon' blocks left that need their flip corners put on to snowball them. Then those corner cut offs fall into another leader/ender project as hour glass blocks.
I have just 10 more dark and 10 more light Temecula Quilt Co. snowball blocks to add corners to. I have just been attaching cornes - no clipping and turning as yet. This is a long term project, so I am not rushing.
The newest temperature rosette is done. Mother Nature and Father Winter are playing games with each other over the last few days; and looks to continue in our next few weeks. We swirl up and down at thier whimsy - and I have a green in this one!
43 - 50 - 35 - 30 - 32 - 41 - 51
My main goal is to do something with the over flowing black tote. I don't even know where the lid is as I tucked it away because you just couldn't get it on a shoebox size that is trying to hold 3 x's it's amount. This will be worked down into 3 projects. Hey, while that pile of fabric is dumped use it to it's fullest. It all has to be sorted, pressed, cut - might as well go into a plan (or plans).
I've always wanted to make SALLY'S POODLE block and it being the Year of the Dog, it is a good time to make these. My larger blacks and I even pulled my tote of gray for some of the darker prints are going to make some cute poodles.
There's a lot of cutting, piecing, and keeping a real good track on what goes where. BUT, aren't they just too stinkin' cute!!??
From those blacks (and some of the grays) I'm cutting 2.5" x 6.5" bricks for a coin quilt and 2" squares for some 9-patches. Anything else will get broken down into my barrel and string system.
Hope you get to play in your scraps today,