I worked most of the morning on sashings for the RSC Sampler Quilt. All of the rows are now sewn together. I just need to do some measuring and figure out how to trim out the horizontal strips and add borders. I'll do a complete tutorial when it is all done, but for now, each section between the blocks is made of one rectangle of light grey and one of dark grey. Each rectangle is 3 inches wide and 3.5 inches tall. Those get sewn together longways to make a strip that is 3 inches wide by 6.5 inches tall. The key to the floating blocks effect is that the rows alternate. The top row has all the white sections facing down and the second row has all the while sections facing up. Then a white horizontal strip visually joins the two sections making it seem that the blocks are floating in between two rows. That is the hope anyway. Now to find a long tape measure and cut the strips. We are just now back from Lacrosse and pizza is on order. Must grade essays tonight, so maybe the quilt will wait until the next free evening pops up.