I’m sewing every spare minute I can. It’s not enough in my opinion, but I hope to get more time once winter really sets in and there’s not as much to do around the house.
Still, with what little sewing I have been accomplishing, I’ve managed to sew up all the pieces I had for Leader/Ender blocks. It was time to lay them out and see how far they would get me.
I had a fair bit of help with that laying out.
He was so helpful, I wasn’t able to get one picture of them without his noble fluff-butt.
Still, I have 39 blocks in total so far (a couple are missing from this photo. But since I’d like this to be a decent sized lap-quilt, I need quite a few more.. at least 60 or more added to this lot.
So I’m back to snowballing scraps. This one is going to take a while.
5 thoughts on “Leading the way”
However long it takes, it’s going to be a very nice quilt!
That is going to be a great quilt with the black stars being very dramatic.
What a riot of pattern and colors! I don’t think I’ve ever seen one like it.
I really like the way this pattern is working up! That is a lot of leader/enders! and Burton shots are always appreciated by me!
So pretty! Burton seems to approve too. You know that’s the real test.