It's hosted by the local quilt shop. I can't wait as it will be my first one.
It's in town at the state fair grounds, so I will come home late Friday night to sleep then head back out early Saturday morning.
I finished the parts of the log cabin blocks that I pictured last week. I then cut more strips of fabric and packed that up into a bag. I am in hopes of finishing up the blocks this weekend, but I know that's probably not going to happen.
I also packed up a table runner to finish, my hexagons, and my yo-yo's. I am taking the other things to take breaks from working just on the log cabin blocks.
I did work on my hexagons last Wednesday afternoon at my Needlers group. I actually worked on them some more at the quilt guild meeting on Monday, but here is the progress as of last Wednesday:
I chose to do the Spoolin' Around. This is how far I got in the 3 hour workshop. I do also have this packed up to take to the retreat. I've never done binding on a circle so will have plenty of people at the retreat to help me if I run in to problems.
I also did finish the rainbow colored toothbrush rug. I haven't gotten it listed in my etsy shop yet, but I need to get that done!
Here are my UFO and NewFO lists. I've added the Spoolin' Around to the UFO list.
Log Cabin quilt
2 Log Cabin wall hangings
2 rectangle table runners
challenge wall hanging
GoodNight Irene quilt/wall hanging
Quilt for sewing club at church
Yo-Yo Table runner
Hexagon table topper
Sunflower table runner and matching placemats
Easter wall hanging
Cat wall hanging
Christmas bags (total of at least 25)
I am linking up with the following blogs: