Just about everyone who's been reading my blog knows that my work schedule has been increasing until I have no real time to quilt. So, to follow in the footsteps of Bonnie K. Hunter and many, many others, I've begun taking triangles to work to sew together. I'm slow, so I only get maybe nine pairs sewn together during my lunch break. BUT ... it keeps the quilting withdrawals under control. At first I caught a few jibes, but now all my coworkers are excited to see what I'm making. The get upset when they miss a step in the process. And not bringing in the finished project to show off is NOT an option.
My next at-work project is a slightly bigger version of this. It's one I'm planning on keeping for myself.
I also spent this morning putting together block sized quilt sandwiches that I can do in the style of "Honey, I just have to run upstairs and stitch something really quick. I'll only be a few minutes."
Big projects have to wait for the few hours I can steal on the weekends.
I think I'll pass on the mystery quilts for now, though I'm still debating joining Joanne's quilt along. I have a couple ideas for her blocks and I want to investigate them more this coming weekend. The question for me is how I will quilt those blocks in the layout I'm thinking when I'm finished.
That's all for now.