Still playing catch up.
I wasn’t feeling very “improv” myself, I guess, but the Improv Blocks came out as Basic Blocks. Maybe I should have varied the centers somehow? But, at least they are done.
And the Basic Blocks, too.
Nearly caught up and looking forward to next week’s final release of the Seeing Stars Quiltalong.
Not a lot happening here, but the central blocks are assembled.
And borders started.
I enjoy the challenge of “making it work.”
I am thinking more borders, but we’ll see how it grows.
School started and I fell behind.
But, I have pieced a little and managed to complete the four pinwheel star blocks for the Seeing Stars Quiltalong by Happy Quilting.
Hopefully I’ll get a few more blocks together this weekend.
Yes, school started and sewing has to take a back seat.
Thursday and Friday of this past week were our annual Opening Camp where all of the students in grades 6-8 (11-14 years old, mostly) go to “school in the woods” for two days.
I know that you are thinking, “How does that work?”
Mostly, very well.
They get to know one another and build community.
Enjoy the great outdoors.
Create art. (Each student will have a piece in a series of large stained glass-style murals).
At the end all are tired and dirty and ready to go home.
With great memories.