Cutting a hole in the front of an already-appliqued piece of fabric isn't a disaster (at least not on the scale of an earthquake, tornado, or hurricane) but it felt like a catastrophe to me. It was the first time I'd done it. (You can see the hole in this post.)
I repaired the hole and here's the finished block. As one of my readers commented, a scrappy pieced circle works with the scrappy pieced backround.
That block was part of my progress (then regress, then progress) this week. The rest of my progress includes some of the blocks below.
I have 16 blocks that still need circles stitched onto them. (One is missing from the photo below: it's in progress in another room and missed the photo shoot.)
I'm still moving the circles around a bit. The colors look different depending on the light -- morning, afternoon, night, sunny day, cloudy day, etc.
I think I'm on track to finish these circles by the end of the month (barring any catastrophes).
I'm linking this post to
> WOW (WIPs on Wednesday) at Esther's Blog
> Let's Bee Social #111 at Sew Fresh Quilts
Thank you Esther and Lorna.