Somewhere in there was also St. Patrick's Day, which I didn't blog about but celebrated with corned beef, cabbage, and potatoes. I'm still celebrating that with leftovers tonight.
There probably is some other stuff that happened that I am forgetting. Anyway-----
Today is a day off so I am belatedly celebrating Worldwide Quilting Day by working on the Avalon quilt from my last post. After eeny-meeny-miney-moeing a couple of different projects in both Schnibbles books, I decided to make the large version of Lincoln.
Star blocks are done. I am using some Moda Bella solid in Fig Tree Cream for the background.
(P.S. If I had a Moda Bella solid named for me, it would be Gretchen Gray and would be the perfect shade of cool gray with a hint of blue, a hint of lavender, and no pink or taupe or yellow. Similar to Moda Zen Gray but better. Just sayin' in case Mr. Moda is reading.)
I made cutemous little bonus half-square triangles from the trimmed flying geese parts. Adorable. Don't know what I'll do with them but they are in a little baggie ready for a cutemous little project.
The rail-fence blocks are halfway done.
I went searching through my blog to find the small-size Lincoln that I made and found out that it was nearly three years ago that I made that one. How funny.
Here is the post. (note: it's still not quilted and bound.)