The last couple of days have been very productive.
In August of 2011, I began a Medallion quilt with Patchwork Pumpkin. The only rules of the free pattern were that in order to obtain each step from Therese, a photo of the completed previous step must be sent in, and no fabric could be purchased for use in the quilt. I worked slowly but surely through the first 5 rounds of the medallion. The 6th step was 72 9 patches on point. It was here that it all stopped.
A while ago, Linda prodded me and asked how I was going. Of course, Linda has finished hers!
So, I finally got moving on Step 6 last Friday. I was travelling to my regular 6 hour sewing marathon with friends, it seemed like the perfect time to do some very boring sewing.
I also sewed along with Bonnie Hunter whilst she was having a Quilt cam evening(her time) on Saturday morning (my time). Every once in a while, Bonnie sews with a live camera hooked up to her website. It's just like taking a class. A very enjoyable way to fill in a couple of hours.
Finished up on a very lazy Sunday afternoon.
Next up are the setting triangles to turn them on point, and then to attach these borders onto the quilt.