Pip Lincolne at Meet Me at Mike's. This photo shows a few rows of single crochet, but Pip's tutorials are for a granny square. Mine are so feeble and frail that they look more like great-granny squares! The tutorials have only taken us to the second round, so when I get one completed, I'll share it, warts and all, on the blog. You have been warned, so that you may Avert Your Eyes.
Also, I have assembled the quilt sandwich for this Jacob's Ladder that I am making for a dear friend who is divorcing and needs something for comfort during this difficult time.
Actually, the top is one that I made nearly ten years ago, but was never really enthused about. In the summer, when I dug it out of the basement and had it airing out on the line, my friend saw it and mentioned how much she loved it. I knew that if I couldn't give it to someone who appreciated it, it would never get finished. Here you can see the backing - it's from Sandi Henderson's Farmers' Market line.
Plus, I have fabric for another bee block, this one for Barb, which I haven't yet touched, not to mention being behind on replying to the comments that people so kindly left about my foundation piecing attempts. Time to get moving!