Tomorrow it is time to head back to school again. As much as I want to jump back in again, there are still plenty of people without power, water and internet access. I'm sure that it is going to take some time to transition back.
Still in sewing mode, I put together the rows for the RSC16 quilt. It was my first attempt at a row by row quilt. It might need one more row. The proportions seemed fine when I laid it out, but it got a little skinnier with the seam allowances gone.
Still not wanting to call it quits, I pulled out a stack of postage stamp star blocks which had been done for a while. They were all sorted nicely by color and pinned together with cornerstones just waiting to be webbed into a top. I had originally planned to use grey sashing strips throughout, but as I worked, I thought it might be nice to try out some random colored strips instead. I think it gives a nice border effect. I'm about halfway done webbing the top now, but my sewing machine got temperamental. Maybe I tired her out?
I'm linking up today with Slow Stitching Sunday and Oh Scrap! Be sure to take a few minutes to visit before you get carried away with your day.