I've started another project (without finishing anything I have previously started).
This one is EBHQ's Lone Robin. Each month there is a clue to add to a quilt - pictures are shared, we work at home. Similar to the Liberated Round Robin I hosted a few years ago...
I'm late to joining in, but have had fun getting things together.
#1 Make one or more blocks that feature curves. I decided to start with the blocks I made in February 2020 while I was up in Berkeley for a EBHQ workshop. But these blocks were made in a Circular Rectangles workshop taught by Claire Sherman at Hello Stitch. A really fun class. I put my untrimmed blocks on the class design wall. We decided it was good to have some plain blocks to highlight the special blocks made in class.
#2 Add one or more Flying Geese. I thought I would try to use only the orange Marimekko fabric that I got a few years ago. By cutting areas of the orange and red fabric, I would have some very cool looking flying geese to add to the Lone Robin. The blocks were getting smaller in size, so I decided to add a larger circle from the Marimekko fabric too.