Turkey Tracks: March 28, 2022
Cotton+Steel Stash Project Cutting Done!
Yesterday morning, Sunday, was another beautiful spring morning.
AC and I went to the Snow Bowl again, and there was running, walking, chasing the ball, and swimming in all the watery places.
Then, the promised weather started rolling in as we got ready to go home for lunch.
How dramatic are those clouds? We got a little snow during the night—just a coating—when the temps dropped. This week is meant to be fairly clear at the moment, but will be a bit cooler than last week.
Last week I ironed the last of the Cotton+Steel stash and those pieces into squares and strips. I kept out bigger pieces to use for backings and bindings. And I didn’t cut into several big pieces that were low volume, as I may need them as I move through this big project to augment the low volume pieces already cut. If I don’t, they will go into the regular stash.
Anyway, here are the last fabrics I cut. The fabrics on the upper longarm roller bar are meant for fussy cutting centers for the Churn Dash blocks or for the backing for the ”warm” ”Pot-Pourri 3” quilt—and I laid out that backing yesterday after sewing that top together.
The table with strips for Churn Dash blocks is overflowing—especially after this last big cutting.
And I now have two bins of color-sorted squares ready to be used for more of the scrappy ”Pot-Pourri” quilts:
Indeed, the whole project has more or less been moved to the bed next door to the quilt room so I can use the longarm. The basket of solids is another scrappy project I’ll get back to some day. And the strips and squares on the right are smaller pieces that evolved from the major cutting project. They will be used down the road.
And, here’s a sneak peek at the next Churn Dash quilt blocks and their sashings and corner stones, which are all cut. I think a binding I cut will also work for this new ”Eye Candy 3” quilt.
And off we go into a whole new week.
I intend to enjoy this week, and I hope you enjoy yours as well.