Let's see how that worked for me, shall we?
SUNDAY, I took DS1 back to NC State (since I picked him up yesterday to allow him to get the things he left at home!)... after first taking him by DS2's dorm to do a quilt exchange, as his brother took the wrong one to UNC and he wanted it back.
MONDAY was spent with friends. No RSC sewing today, but HERE is what I accomplished at Saturday's Sew Day:
(Some) strips were cut for my Barn Dance QAL
TUESDAY, I went to Knit Group and did some errands afterwards, including a stop at the nail salon. I came home sporting the RSC (alternate) Color of the Month:
WEDNESDAY came and went. Had I sewn one thing??? NO!!! Neither had I done much of anything else... except for getting ready for friends to come over in the morning.
THURSDAY morning, the weekly Quilt Group was held at my house. It was followed by a trip to a friend's house and then more of the same avoidance behavior. I just couldn't wrap my head around spending time in the sewing room, but I went in long enough to take another look in my GRAY scrap "basket":
Not much to see in there!!!
FRIDAY came and I went off to Knit Group (again!) when I was supposed to be sewing. On my way home, I met with the client who commissioned my next quilt. Details were discussed and I can begin processing THESE shirts:
On SATURDAY, I rounded out the week with a little RSC sewing... I made ONE Tiny Nine:
ONE Slab Block:
I made it THIS FAR on a Rainbow Crumb block:
Hmm... THIS was all that remained on the table:
Amazingly enough, I was able to stretch those fabric into the finishing touches of ONE Rainbow Crumb Block in August's alternate Color of the Month... GRAY:
In making these blocks, I used up almost every scrap of GRAY in the bin and here are the remains:
Along with ONE 3" square that I plan to combine with the other Color of the Month selections to make a Maverick Star.
Until next time...