Quite a while ago, another blog friend suggested a good quilting project would be 'An Orphan block' idea. I didn't find any for me but did find the pile of blocks from my grandmother. I am still waiting for a trip to the fabric store so I can work out a background strategy for that one but looking for something else today, I found this orphaned quilt! I believe it was started while I still lived in NY so at least 8 years ago!
I re-familiarized myself with the fabrics, and the blocks left to do and the layout! I soon got into the swing of things and enjoyed the 'Quilt in a Day' series by Eleanor Burns once again.
I have these blocks arranged just so but I have one problem. I rarely like a square quilt; I have one block left over and that would mean another two blocks would need completing. I have enough fabric... As I write this, I think I have my decision made to work another row.
In between piecing, I ground the edges smooth and drilled the jewelry fitting hole and made the wire bail for completing the resin jewelry I made in Georgia! I might just tackle this resin thing one more time........!