Well, here we go, another week over and what have we done? Not a lot on Celtic, but quite a lot on other projects.
First the Celtic Solstice, although I was going to call mine Adirondack Autumn, I keep forgetting to refer to it that way.
A grand total of 38 orange and 50 neutrals done and only 2 of the chevrons pieced. I’ve been using the orange and neutrals for leaders and enders of the Scrappy Trips project I have underway. Which now has a total of 26 done of the 48 blocks needed. Not very speedy progress. Especially considering I blithely assured the co-worker it would be ready next week. Time to ramp up the production line.
So I have all the strips lined up ready to go, time to do some chain piecing. I’ve been too casual only doing one at a time. (stack at upper left is completed blocks bottom is strip sets ready to slice)
On the edge of the table is another project that is almost finished, ready to sew down the binding.
While downstairs, the first Scrappy Trips is finished being quilted and has one side left to hand sew on the binding.
And in the washer as I type is the Pink Double 4 patch, all done.
Once these get finished, I can focus more on Adirondack Autumn. I haven’t even really started cutting Clue number two. What I did sew was pulled from the pre-cut 2” bin and a stack of yellow squares left over from previous projects.
This is what I have so far before going into the fabrics pulled for Autumn. Obviously not enough variety so I will be cutting, there is only one yellow strip. But it was enough to get an idea of the block and that will do for now. Linking up with the rest of the Bonniaces at Quiltville