I finally decided that I needed to get started on this project again. It's such an easy sew since I don't have to cut a bunch of pieces or match seams. But I did need a small vacation from it after deciding I needed 16 (!!!) more blocks to bring it up to a twin size quilt.
Well, after sewing up a couple pairs of pants and some selfish sewing, I'm back at it. I poured over my big scrap bin and dug out some more pieces from the way bottom. And I pulled some scraps from my weekend sewing and added a couple spots of Anna Maria Horner to the two lighter blocks.
Also, can you find Darth Vader and C-3P0 on the dark blue block? I found some scraps from my son's PJs and had to add them.
Plus, I managed to come back from Jess's place with this awesome pile of batting and fabric scraps. My new block count includes three purple blocks and three pink blocks. I'm not big on using those colors, so it was a stretch for me to even get the few that I already made. Luckily, purple is the one color that Jess seems to always have in stock. That bag will probably make up the purple blocks, and there's a few pink scraps that might get me part of the way to my goal there.
And seriously, that's probably all the batting I'll need for the rest of the blocks. I'm going to cut it all out tomorrow to see where I stand, and then piece together the rest. I think if I get all the batting blocks cut, it will be easier to just sew my butt off.
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