My design wall is still not up… not sure when the hubby will get around to it but … it will be up when I need it. 🙂
I took out Hampton Ridge and worked on it a little bit but I’m bored already with it. I need to start piecing again. But before I do that – here’s the project plan for Hampton Ridge:
- Finish the inner top:
- The inner top has 11 rows (really 9 but the end rows have a corner triangle to attach so I’m counting 11). I’ve already pieced couples together so now I’ve got 6 pieces.
- The next step is to get the the 6 pieces down to 3,
- down to 2,
- down to 1 inner top.
Since I need to do something more than piece rows together, I’m going to work on Celtic Solstice at the same time, maybe get some cutting done for Scrapitude 2016. 🙂
I was able to get some work done on Raining Cats and Dogs!
It’s not a lot – just the post of the sign but it’s another step forward. 🙂
Check out more finished BOMs at and design walls at Patchworktimes.com and
Have a great week!
Progress is progress. Every little bit counts!
I agree! Thanks Cathy!
Progress is good, even if it isn’t exciting. I think rotating the projects is probably your best plan. Love your little puppy sketch!
Thanks Susan! 🙂
I get that way about piecing too…..can’t spend too long at the sewing machine!
Yep, yep, yep! When you’re working huge, highly-involved projects like those, it’s always nice to have a rotation of things to work on so you don’t get bogged down with boredom on them. Raining Cats and Dogs is a real cute one to have going on the side!
I hate trying to work on a project I’m bored with! But sometimes I just power through to get it done so I can move on to something else. I’m not very good at having multiple projects at once – it stresses me out! 🙂 I love that blue quilt in your Instagram feed, it’s absolutely gorgeous!
Thanks for linking up to MCM!