My progress on the Murrina quilt continues to be rather slow, but hopefully I can pick up the pace this week a bit and at least get the quilt top and backing ready to quilt. Wish me luck!
I have transformed all the improv blocks I shared in my last progress post into the snowball blocks that the pattern calls for. I am excited by how bright the Kona Breakers is and how all the colors are looking together so far. Now comes the fun part of arranging everything in the full quilt layout. I will probably spend some time fussing over which block goes where…
One of the many distractions I have had recently keeping me away from my sewing machine is updating my office setup. In preparation for downsizing and being more mobile, I purchased a laptop and spent the weekend archiving all my data off my desktop and setting up my laptop. Installing new programs and doing file transfer and maintenance isn’t glorious or particularly fun, but it feels good to have a fresh start.
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And just a quick reminder about the BackSide Fabrics blowout sale that starts today! I know I am planning to see what I can find, so save a little for me, ok?