I am really glad you're back!
I just want to give a quick update about what I've been sewing the last few days while on vacation. It's Sunday night now and yesterday was the first day I left our house since Monday's grocery run. Does that say something? Also on Thursday we had a snow storm with 10" of snow so I thought it was appropriate if I were sewing all day for a few days. I had lots of food made before the snow hit and since it's freezing cold outside, I have a second fridge on our covered porch.
Stuffed cabbage, chicken soup, and lentils, all snowed in now :)))
Everything is white! Too bad it was a windy storm and not all the snow stayed on the trees :( It's not as pretty as it is usually.
I've been working away on the Celtic Solstice Mystery quilt. Since my last blog post I completed Clue #3 and Clue #4. While making all the small pieces I was thinking maybe next year I'll try to make the units twice the size and make less of them to see how that works out? Or after I see the reveal for this one I can decide if it would work with bigger units.
Clue #3 in the trimming progress:
And all the 25 pretty pinwheels:
Don't you just love yellow and orange together? I certainly do!
Now here are 120 4 patches for clue #4 before trimming:
I still have Clue #5 left which I am eager to finish as the next step is the reveal and I don't want to see it until all my units are done.
'Til we blog again! :)