Another hard week at work, and still more stuff to do on the weekend. I'm so glad we will have time off over Easter, what a luxury that will be. All the more important to make sure that I'm up-to-date on all my various jobs, so that I can lounge about like a lady of leisure. Or sew like a crazy quilt lady, one or the other.
There has been no time to make much progress on anything quilt related; however, odd minutes here and there are better than nothing. I've searched out a fabric that will work for the borders, then ironed it and cut the four strips I need.
I went through my UFOs and discovered a tin full of rosettes made from vintage fabric.
Why do I never press my hexagon projects? I always end up with a whole quilt top full of contrary seam allowances, it takes the gloss off finishing something if I have to spend 5 or 6 hours persuading hundreds of tiny seams to go where I want them. So my new rule is, every time I turn the iron on I have to press a rosette.