I knew I wanted to set a goal of 'bowties per day' for my cheddar bow tie quilt. I've been playing around with it and decided 4 blocks per day is an easy goal. Since I have LOTS of pieces cut out already (done while my sewing machine was in the shop), it only takes 10 minutes for me to piece 4 blocks. I can spare 10 minutes per day! That will yield about 120 blocks per month. This will get done over the course of time. Even when I have sweet Sadie for the day I can easily fit in 10 minutes of sewing.
I have a big variety of cheddars and my scraps are playing nicely, even the rather ugly ones. I think I'll love this one. Easy peasy, fun sewing. At some point I'll have to cut up more scraps, but for now I have plenty precut.
I'm still working on my Stars Upon Stars quilt... VERY SLOWLY.
That first star - the one for which I had to draft the corners - I will still finish that block BUT it will not go in the quilt. It won't fit with the other blocks if they are made the CORRECT size. I started another block - this time a half block. I'll need some of these for the quilt, so I figured out smaller this time. So far, so good. I'll share soon.
For some reason the new Blogger has removed my tab at the top where I have all the steps for our Curved Hexagon Stitch Along. I can still see it, but no one else can. Just know that I'm working on it behind the scenes. I hope to figure it out in the next couple of days.