Parts were cut for the half blocks as a lovely cap to the evening. Saturday I was in my workroom doing about four different projects at once--washing fabric, cutting, and stitching. I used the black and white four patches for Bricks and Stepping Stones as my leader-ender while putting together the half blocks. I discovered a mistake in my notes for the half blocks and had to cut another 2 3/8" square of each print, but since it is my habit to complete one "kit" of pieces before chain piecing the others, it was easily fixed. I veered from Lori's instructions by making HSTs from whole squares, cutting them in half for the quarter square triangles, to improve my accuracy with these small pieces.
Workroom time was interrupted by a lovely visit with my hairstylist offspring, the newlywed Mrs. G, followed by a trip to the local mall, where the only success found was this photo of the sun setting behind our Channel Islands into the Pacific. It seems winter has skipped SoCalif this year as the warm days have continued and it has been unusually clear and cloudless. Hopefully late January and February's usual storms will come through. Today, though, it's back to the workroom for some more therapy.