I'm away from my sewing machine for a few days. But I hate the thought of not being able to do any quilting at all until the weekend. So I did some hunting for projects I've wanted to start, and decided that this is my next project. I've looked at cathedral window projects for a while, but never had the patience to tackle one. However, I have 10 hours of plane rides this week, and another 8 or so next week. So something hand-pieced and time consuming seems like a good choice.
The advantage is, it's mostly hand-piecing. So no worry about not having my sewing machine along on the trip. I can take this project with me to work on when I have a few mintues. Like 5 hours sitting on a plane. That is, assuming that they don't make me give up my sewing needle as a "dangerous weapon" when I get on the plane :)
I made a trial piece, just to be sure I had the technique figured out, and that this was indeed something I actually wanted to do. Two hours to do this much, so at the very least I know this will pass lots of time.