Wow, where has the day gone? Don't know, but it's 88 degrees and I'm blaming the heat for the time getting away from me.
There is a lot going on in the sewing room here, but little of it is fit for pictures. Everything is in pieces, some of them on the floor, and other things are in piles. The only thing that is really done are a few more blocks for the Loyal Union Sampler:
These were hard to photograph! I like them, though. Only one more block and I'm done with the February blocks. At this rate, this quilt will be done sometime in the next two years or so. They're only 6 inch blocks, so the pieces are small and some of them are very fiddly (if you know what I mean).
I'm also working on the triangle quilts. The center of the fields and furrows is done and now I have to work out some borders. Thankfully, there's a lot of fabric left for that. Then there is this one:
I keep calling this 'exploding triangles,' so the first thing to do is come up with a better name. I like the orange cornerstones with the aqua triangles, and I need to add another color, but I'm not sure what to add. I was thinking of lime green, or maybe yellow. I better decide soon, because I want to be done with this.
The other thing I'm working on (when I get bored with the triangles) is adding the sashing to the Dancing Nines blocks. They go quickly, so I already have a nice stack.
I'm already trying to figure out borders for this one too. I think there is a print with larger cherries, so I'm planning to look for that.
That's what's happening here! Lots of mess, and lots of progress, but not a lot that can be photographed easily.
Finally, the red daylily has bloomed at last!
It's a good month late. I think even the plants are confused by our weird weather.
Happy sewing to everyone this week! Linking up with Linky Tuesday and Fabric Tuesday. Go check them out!