Here's how last week's "Forecast: Scrappy With a Chance of Nine-Patches" turned out. You may recognize the blue/white/orange units on the right from last year's Celtic Solstice. The green/gold triangle section (left center) is made from leftovers from a quilt I made for my dad in 2000. The border fabric is not a batik, though the saturated colors make it look that way. (Selvage says "Central Park / Phillip de Leon / for Alexander Henry Fabrics / (c) 1996." I got it at a sale a couple of years ago.) The flimsy is approx. 59 x 64 and I calculate it uses 3-1/2 yards. I still have many miscellaneous units and orphan blocks.
The holiday break is over. Meetings and other activities resume this week!
Check in with other quiltmakers at Judy's Patchwork Times and Bonnie's Mystery Monday .