So far, all I have to show for my efforts are piles of strips in various lengths, some joined into groups of four and some still waiting. I hope to make a lot more progress on this one next week while Jose’s mom is visiting (which always leaves me with some extra time for myself).
I also started working on my mini quilt for the Alison Glass swap. First step? Buy fabric, of course! (And it hasn’t arrived yet, hence no photo.) My current plan is to make the mini version of Libs Elliott’s Rebel quilt, but I’m waiting until the fabrics arrive to decide for sure. I’m a little concerned that the graphic impact of the Rebel quilt, especially in mini form, may not work as well with print fabrics, so I’m trying to come up with a backup plan too.
I also added another ring (of moons!) to my second Passacaglia rosette over the last couple days. (The photo above was taken on Sunday before the ring was stitched on.) I’ve been working on my Passacaglia for six months already and don’t even have two rosettes done, which seems insane, and yet I am loving it. I love how they rings come together. I love how I can work on it for a few days and then let it sit for a while as other things take priority. It’s satisfying in both the short term and long term.