It hasn't felt like there's been a lot of sewing going on in these parts lately - I will put that right tomorrow, on my first official non-working Wednesday with all 3 children in school for over 6 hours straight! Woohoo!!
Instead, I have been cutting... Sarah and Jennifer, did you count the number of pieces required for the back of the Across The Sea quilt - well, did you? Over 170!!!!!
Mine are now all cut and awaiting instruction - I am not attempting to second guess this one!
I now need to make a list of all the things I want to get done tomorrow, in the hope that I don't just come home from drop-off and fall asleep!
Before I go, here are my blocks for my nutty Brit Bee friend Susan, she's posted about them today, so I will too! Using her GO! cutter, that she won in a giveaway, (insert ever-so slightly jealous tone of voice here); she sent us the fabric for 2 Drunkard's Path blocks. I used Kerry's flippity doodah method of sewing the curves, and honestly without a hitch, they came together perfectly!
It's going to be a mighty colourful quilt, to match Susan's mighty colourful language!