I'm thinking that sometime in January I'll dig out another block and fool around with it. Just one block: that is what I'm committing to. Don't push me.
I've been doing the nine-patch blocks for Second Hand Clothes as a leader-ender project. There are pretty many to make, but I'm liking them. I traded my blues, pinks and violets to Honna for earthy colors: browns, tans, oranges, greens, reds.
Farmer's Whatever? I thought she was out of my hair forever when I bound her and gave her away.
Wouldn't you know: Cecelia, one of the original swappers whom I'd absolved from having to produce her ten blocks after she'd had such a hard time, presented me with eight blocks after FW was finished. And then dear Pat, another swapper, wisely decided that FW wasn't for her, and handed over the ones she'd made for herself and the one's I'd made for her.
So here I was, at it again. I decided to go through my Around the Block book and make any six-inch block that struck my fancy. Using CWs. And then see what would become of it all. This is where I am at present: all that Cecelia, Pat, and I have made. No urgency, no pressure, just fooling around, making cute little blocks.