This is what is on my design wall today...step #4 parts for the Easy Street mystery.
It is very relaxing sewing and the geese are coming out fairly well. I have a few geese without a beak/point but that's OK with me. I am enjoying the variety of purples I have in my project, from the deep dark purples to the lighter violet. I can't wait to see what block we are making with these pieces and I hope they all work together well.
Step #4 isn't done yet...I'm a few blocks short still (have 35 sewn and need 64). I have all the flying geese pieces cut out and ready to stitch, just haven't had the energy and/or time to finish it up yet. And I haven't even cut a single lime green square! I may have to abandon the mystery until after Christmas since this is such a busy week coming up.
I found my other Easy Angle ruler this weekend! I knew I had a smaller one but hadn't been able to find it (it was in a very safe place!) It's much easier to cut this size of triangle with the smaller one.
I realized when cutting these pieces that my cute little pink Fiskars "self healing" mat is not self healing anymore, and I seem to be cutting chunks out with my rotary cutter - WAAA :(
Back to using my faithful old green Omnigrid standby!
Hop over to Patchwork Times to see more design wall postings, and then over to Quiltville to see the progress of the mystery quilt stitchers.