I promised a picture of my haul from my trip to my not-so-local quilt shop.
The red will be backing for my two tumbler quilts. The blue on the bottom will be incorporated into my kaleidoscope quilt, and the blue stripe came home with me because I just loved it too much to leave it behind. And the charm pack will come in handy as I am going to need to make some partial blocks for my Martha Washington's Flower Garden, which is made from Kansas Troubles fabrics. And of course, let's not forget the Kona Snow which is what prompted the trip to the quilt shop in the first place.
I spent most of Saturday in the sewing room. I was able to avoid any more unstitching by writing the colors on the papers so I could keep track of what colors went where.
There's that blue I picked up on Friday.
I got 7 more blocks finished ... 9 down and several more to go.
Paper piecing takes longer (for me anyway), but I enjoy that method of piecing. It produces sharp points ... although I'll confess that my center points aren't always perfect, but considering that 6 seams converge at the centers, I can live with a little less than perfect. From a normal viewing distance, they are definitely acceptable to me.
Those additional pieces were pieced on Saturday. Sunday was filled with church, shopping, lunch, laundry, swapping out the towels and shower curtain in the hall bath and getting out for a walk and to just enjoy the fabulous weather.
It was a productive yet relaxing weekend ... and I'm planning on continuing with that theme through the week as well.
I hope that whatever you have planned for today includes a little something that brings you joy ... have a great day!