Just counted out my last stack of 4-patches and I only need to make 4 more! Why does the count always come out differently before going through the sewing machine to after being pressed? I mean how can I lose blocks during a 5 foot walk?
Anyway, I also have a good start on step two...about halfway there. I sew a bit slower on flying geese...I press a bit slower too. I have now burned three of the fingers on my left hand...what a klutz! These are some small geese though so I expect to have toasted digits until these are finished!
I am really happy with the purples. When they were all piled up as fat-quarters and yardage I wasn't sure if there was enough values and patterns. When I see the pile of smaller pieces I feel better about it!
When I'm not working on Easy Street I have been trying to get some Christmas decoration out. Hoping that will get me in the Christmas Spirit! I've used this quilt as part of my decorations for the past dozen years of so. It is a 9-patch on point, circa 1880 from Pennsylvania. It looks great hanging on the wall behind the Christmas tree.