On my design surfaces are projects in play, and a squirrel or two... See more Design Walls on Judy's Small Quilts and Doll Quilts.
The Newlyweds' Dreamcatcher quilt is the project in play in the background. I completed three more rows and have 13 left to sew, so its halfway done! There was some surgery and switcheroo needed when I got the squares out of order again, but that was easily repaired.
One squirrel project is due to the sudden cooler weather, finally below 80s here in the daytime and last night dipped below 60 degrees--I needed a throw quilt over my side of the bed. That brought thoughts of Fall decorating and a quilt by Sherri McConnell in the latest issue of APQ magazine. She used Fig Tree scraps; I'm pulling from scraps and stash. I'll make a small wallhanging or mini quilt from one block. She used triple sashing in two colors for her design and that sounds fun too.
Obviously I am still stuck on Churn Dash designs :) and have made progress on the baby quilt I've been making 9 patch blocks for as leader-enders while sewing Dreamweaver rows.
The third row is assembled but not yet sewn to the others. Good thing I got a start on this, as I received a baby shower invite for October for mommy-to-be. Two more rows yet to assemble before backing and binding are made.
Another squirrel popped up when I got thinking about a speaker we had a Guild this month. She accepted all the baby quilts made so far, and mentioned a Christmas Shop put on by local government for disadvantaged families. She noted that handmade items such as quilts are always the first to go from the shop, which is open for weeks before Christmas, and suggested doll quilts. I had a stack of four patches that finish at two inches and quickly sewed up a bunch.
I just noticed in this pic that despite my efforts to avoid it there are a couple of "humble" patches that got turned, but they will stay!