Last time I worked on my Stack Shuffle Slide quilt, I was partway through the second quarter...
Working on this interlocking boxes sort of all over pattern.
A week later and I've now got three whole quarters finished! Woot.
Looking at it from the other angle, you can see all that lovely texture. Yum!
Once I had reached this milestone, I was itching to do some more piecing... so even though my Brother can be a bit of a pain to piece with, I set it up and away I went... my strip sets have been slowly decreasing on the TATW quilt and that was great motivation to get some more done. I think I've lost a week somewhere in this quilt along.
And now I have a heap of new blocks. I needed to pull some more fabrics as I discovered to my surprise that I had already cut up most of the original pull! I found some Stof fat 1/8ths that fit the bill, and they have a lovely subtlety that combines well with my other fabrics.
Only TWO left to go! Hard to believe that is 36 blocks, with a finished quilt size of 90" square.
With the stink weather we have been having, I figured a nice Spring like quilt was due on the bed (even though we had a frost), so straightened out my Swoon quilt - and remembered that I love it.
Also remembered that it is not quite finished.
I also started a new project! Oops, but I can't control other people from having babies now, can I? I really like these green, aqua and yellow geometrics for a Spring baby boy quilt.
Simply Retro by Camille Roskelley has some great simple but effective designs.
And it started looking good pretty early on... I decided to make it slightly smaller than the pattern with only 4 squares across, and 5 squares down.
I've got the top row pieced now, and working on the first sashing strip.
And, because I have other projects already on The List, I pulled out all my orange scraps for this months RSC colour.
Hopefully I'll get a chance to get these ironed and cut out this week.