Gatherd some logs for the wood burning cooking stove and when I next had a look the top of the log was smothered in tiny, tiny ants - of course by the time I got the camera a lot had disappeared .
I went through just one of my big plastic tubs of ASP's [already started projects] and there were 20 in there at various stages of completion.
Most are blocks from swaps esp nine patches so they won't necessarily take much to complete them as some will be set side by side whereas others need to have more added to them so now I will be getting a wide exercise book to document the projects and their status.
Also have 5 large quilts to complete - the Orange Crush, Carolina Crossroads, Third Weekend in October and a lilac quilt for a much loved niece in the U.K. and of course Trevor's heart quilt.
So think I will do the swap blocks projects as leaders and enders and make slow steady progress on them all.
Arrived back here to Trevor's and Stashbusters are going to do the next stay at home retreat focusing on making up swap blocks and other orphan blocks into quilts - how timely is that??
In the meantime I have been fascinated by the minis and dolls quilts that others have posted about, I certainly have enough scraps to be able to do them ...
Decided on square in a square blocks at 3", needed to change the machine needle so took the opportunity to needle punch some foundations.