So this weekend my guild had a great sew-in to work on our QuiltCon 2016 Charity quilt. We got soooo much done (and it looks really great) but I didn't unpack my machine until yesterday!
I've been doing some hand sewing on my La Passacaglia (still on that first cog) but I've got it almost done and the next set of fabrics all ready to go. I'm not entirely sold on my color selection, but I figure the more I add, the better it will look.
And I pulled my sewing machine out to start making these scrap bins from Sunday Morning Quilts by Amanda Jean Nyberg and Cheryl Arkinson. (You can see Amanda's bins in her blog post here.) They've been on my to do list for a long time, but I finally decided that the scrap situation couldn't wait any longer.
I got through the blue bin really fast, and whipped up the orange one after the kids went to bed. I think I'll need ten to sort out all my colors, so the kids are going to have to start eating lots of cereal so I can have the cardboard to line them.