I've apparently been jumping around from one thing to another this week, and here's my evidence:
Some Christmas patchwork squares (the start of my December table scraps, perhaps?), a gnome mini that needs a nose (and binding, too), and a bit of progress on the Arizona block that will become a gift for a friend. (Fortunately, it's not due until mid-January!)
In between, I've been cutting up a few scraps that were left on my cutting table from previous projects and using them to make a few little blocks for the Parts Department.
If I had enough of a piece for two 2.5 inch squares and two 1.5 inch squares, I decided to make 4.5 inch bowtie blocks. I've been hand-piecing these in the evenings.
If I only have enough for two inch squares, I'm making 3.5 inch four patches. They'll probably turn into double four patches at some point. These work great for leaders and enders!
And that's my stitching week - a little of this and a little of that!
Oh wait! Friday afternoon, there was some time to finish up my gnome's nose and sew on the binding. So, a little finish after all!
6.5 inches square - a cute little "Drop Everything and Make It!"
Directions for this gnome can be found HERE.
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