I've been working diligently on a customer quilt the past few days, but every once in a while I need a break from cross-hatching. Two hours is about my max. So I've also been working away at some of my current projects during my breaks, trying to keep up, and/or catch up, on all my on-going projects.
And, I'm trying to catch up on Bonnie's Celtic Solstice. Given that the reveal was last week, "catch up" really means finish. So, here are the final parts - next step is to assemble the blocks.
My quilt is going to be a bit smaller than Bonnie's. I don't need a giant quilt so I made 1/2 the blocks. I'm kind of glad about that, because the colours aren't really working for me in this quilt. I like these little bits, but the orange and green in the other sections are too dark - I probably would have been happier with a lighter green. Oh well. I have just about enough to make the quilt 4x6 blocks, which should finish around 48x66 - or a bit more if I extend the borders. That will make a lovely donation for Victoria's Quilts. So, I'll assemble what I have, cut the additional pieces I need to finish the small quilt, and keep going.
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