Piecing is my favorite part of quilting, like most quilters, I think! Lori of Humble Quilts is having a quiltalong that is short and sweet, called 50 Shades of Brown. My Civil War scrap box had a thorough rummage for browns and lights, with a few colored pieces of blue and pink for this recreation of an antique.
It was a fun little diversion and I await the final border instructions next week.
Months ago I cut out pieces for a Plaidish Quilt (free tutorial on Kitchen Table Quilting here) and turned to that project box for some scrappy happy play. My version is a 6x8 setting. I started with just a few of the light blocks.
Sew much fun! I needed 12 of these for my setting and sewed them up between telemedicine visits.
It was so fun to see the blocks come together. I moved on to the dark blocks right away.
I need 12 for my setting so have another set to sew tomorrow. The last set is 24 medium blocks and I can look forward to plenty of piecing time with those.
Leader-ender Easy Breezy blocks are slowly building as well (Bonnie Hunter/Quiltville).
About 30 are finished and I have multiple sets of precut scraps ready to go under the needle. The scraps never seem to stop being generated--I'll keep piecing them for my sanity :)