I'm happy to report that the snow storm that could have been last week didn't really increase our snow -- we did get some flurries and a lot of rain overnight. And, it was cold for us. A couple of days barely got out of the 20s. It was 13 one morning when we went to work out. Brr. There's still snow on the ground but it should be melted by mid week. And, fingers crossed, no more snow storms.
On the other hand, it was too cold to spend time outdoors so I definitely spent a lot of time in the studio. Which means I was able to work on all of my goals. Here's last week's list.
✅Do 2nd round of SAHRR in progress
✅Quilt and bind my Happy Block quilt top
✅Finish Sailboat top (January UFO)
✅Make more ombre blocks
✅Keep making Happy Blocks, Twirl blocks and Spider blocks
Here's as far as I've gotten on the curves for the first round of the Stay At Home Round Robin. I seriously considered some drunkard paths but decided it would have been too big of an addition. So I found my bias bars and picked the 1/4" one to make some bias strips to curve around the small navy border. I've got one side hand sewn down. I'll be getting the other side stitched down hopefully early this week while I contemplate what to do for the next round.