I had some time this afternoon and rather than work on my scrap projects, I thought I would take stock in some of the other projects I have going on.
I have been staring at two empty design walls behind my longarm for weeks now. They are a bit inconvenient to use as my sewing room is in another room but they are great for long term projects. I thought putting up blocks from all my current projects would inspire me to work on them a bit more and maybe even complete a few of them!
I started by putting up the 10 blocks I have finished on my Park Bench quilt. I only have 5 more blocks to go then it is on to the pieced backing. This is one of those bucket list quilts and it is more important for me to finish it perfectly rather than quickly.
This is my current leader/ender project. It is just made from leftover charm squares and some bonus HSTs. Not sure how many I will end up with or how I will set the blocks. I am really loving the red in this one!
Out also came my english paper-pieced hexagon star blocks. I have been so hot and exhausted each evening, I haven't worked on this all summer. I see there is FINALLY rain in our forecast so maybe I will get in the mood to work on a block or two.
I also want to work on my basketweave paper pieced blocks again. (You can find the free pattern here.) These blocks use tiny scraps, which I got tired of looking at so I cleaned them up. I need to get them back out and get a few more blocks finished.
Unfortunately, I still have projects tucked away and I ran out of design wall! And the two design walls in my sewingroom are full too. Now I just need to decide what to work on!
At least I have a great view to look at while I am working!
Did I already say we might FINALLY get some rain? I am really excited - we have not had any all summer and I miss it terribly!
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