|All the QSTs!|
|Some of the blues, ready to sew|
I need to pace myself with this project, as I've discovered it can be rather addictive! Working with chains of two, three or even four, I've managed to make 14 of the 3.5" blocks today. Allowing for my 'usual' Monday in Lacombe, 14 a day will get me to the goal of 72 by Friday, when the next 'clue' is due to be revealed. Meanwhile, we have strict instructions not to sew any of these little squares together -- but they are so much fun to play with!
Once I finished my daily quota, I settled down with my C&G hexagons, stitching them together as I watched some wonderful episodes of The Quilt Show. An altogether perfect evening!
This looks like a fascinating process!
Thanks Judy; it is!
Also -- Sincere apologies to the person whose comment I just deleted by accident!! Apparently I can't recover it... :-(
I agree with your assessment of clue #1 and clue #2. The latter was "restful"! I'm a little scared of the ones to come. If you haven't ripped the paper off the backs of these yet, take a look at my post to see a time-saving hint!
Sounds like you were much more careful with your selection and placement of your strings. I basically just picked up a scrap and if it fit I used it.
How fun to play and wait till you know whats next!
Your blocks look wonderful. Can't wait for step 3 tomorrow.
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