What's Happening: Mid-January, 2022

So, we are half-way through the first month of this new year. I thought it was time for a bit of an update on what's happening in the studio right about now.

With any luck and an improved memory, these type posts will become a regular feature.

We'll see.

Wensleydale is 52/60 pieced! The remaining eight blocks should be finished in about a week. I can piece not-quite-one block each evening while we watch whatever.

The secret project mentioned in a previous post has moved along. There are presently 100 six-inch blocks waiting their turn on the design wall when Wensleydale vacates. I'll share it at that point because I don't believe that the intended recipient reads this blog

Wensleydale is worth clicking to enlarge; some of the blocks are very interesting. 

 And then there's this, waiting to happen. Someday.



Nann said…
Fun to see the fussy-cut centers of the Wensleydale blocks. The colorful four-patches are quite a contrast to those calm neutrals.
Barbara Anne said…
Wensleydale is just wonderful and the variety of fabrics you used make it so interesting color and content. Well done!

The glorious 4-patches must be a visual delight during this cold and damp January.

If you see my sewing mojo lurking about, please send it back post haste. Thank you!

Quiltdivajulie said…
You are definitely having fun with the hand piecing project! I like your idea of a mid-month update -- especially with a variety of projects to enjoy.
Mrs. Goodneedle said…
Wensleydale is very nice, it's going to be a winner; and, then by contrast, those color-saturated 4-patches are so very appealing, I can't wait to see what they become!