That's been the motto for the last little while--lots of piecing for the Twilight Hopscotch quilt (Kim Diehl pattern, Simple Comforts book). Today I finished piecing the star/chain blocks into rows with the sashing and assembled all together.
I'm so happy with how it is turning out, though this photo isn't the best. I plan to add one more horizontal row of stars and sashing, so there is more cutting and piecing to do prior to adding the final border.
Late afternoon found us on the field. T-ball season is winding down, only a half-dozen or so games left. Grandson Cove appears to be levitating on 2nd base:
If Cove plays next year he will be in a different league due to their upcoming move a few miles away, but I doubt his antsy-pantsy ways will change!
After the game we went out to eat with DD Elaine and the boys--Cove picked the restaurant: "Red Robbing Hood", lol, otherwise known as the Red Robin restaurant. He likes it because you can play games on an iPad at the tables. The wait time to be seated, delay in getting menus, ordering and getting food meant we didn't finish eating until 8 pm. Elaine texted later that the boys fell asleep on the way home and she just took off their jackets and shoes and put them in bed! I remember doing that any number of times with small kids.