. . . . . well, almost nothing. That's what I started to share last evening and so I stopped. Why would anyone read about "nothing". 24 hours later, I've regained my perspective and am going to try again!!
Since we've had a virus surge nearby, I've spent lots more time on my own again the past couple weeks but the weather has been pleasant (though we could use more rain) and bits of progress have been made on various projects. In spite of spending more time watering the vegetables and berry bushes than I'd like, I finished attaching part 9 of the mystery EPP quilt from Jemima's Creative Quilting in Australia -- currently cutting and basting for part 10 and auditioning fabric for part 11!! It's going a little slower than planned because I need to pamper the arthritic left thumb but progress just the same.
Homage to Grandmother's Flower Garden is progressing nicely and these leaf units no longer intimidate me. I did another stash dive looking for more light blues -- I'm burning through them steadily and don't think I'll have much of those left when this project is done. Week 28 pieced and waiting for week 29 instructions!
I made some progress on this I Spy from the UFO stash -- units pieced, rows laid out and starting to set them together -- just need to figure out the shapes to cut for the ends of the rows! This is an old pattern that was originally in a book, PS, I Love You, Two. Marti Michell included it in her booklet, Six is for Hexagons and I'm using the large hexagon in Set G. It's easy piecing and soon will no longer be a UFO!!