On to quilting. I wish I could say I've made all those churn dash blocks into a quilt top but, no didn't work on those at all. In fact, I put them away knowing I wasn't going to get to them at all for a while. So instead, I'll show you what I did get done.
I cut this out to take to retreat in October. Diamond Chain is one of Missouri Star's patterns. You can see Jenny demonstrate how to make the block here. I had all the dies needed to cut this out with my Accuquilt Go. Bonus! I've been taking this project when I go to my community's quilt group.
We were at the beach house this weekend attending some property owner meetings so I grabbed these, my Featherweight, and set up a sewing nook overlooking the back yard. I finished all of the units (at least I think I did) and got these blocks made. I'll be at community sewing again on Thursday so hopefully I'll finish all the blocks then. I thought they were going to look duller when I made my sample block but I guess I threw in a lot of fun colors so that livens it up a lot.
With Christmas sneaking up on me I'll probably have to spend more time finishing (heck, starting and finishing) presents. I've got a list to remind me what to do. I've actually made some progress on two projects. There is hope!
I've noticed a lot of the Monday linky parties I've been linking with have stop posting. So today I'll be linking up with Oh Scrap, Monday Making, and What I Made Monday.
Happy Quilting All! Bonnie