I had a "big" project to accomplish.
In reality, it wasn't all that big, it was just ambitious to think that I could do it in a 24 hour period. I started it the evening of the second night, and finished it at midnight on the third, just minutes after Fresno State pulled the win from SanDiego State. I wasn't really watching the game, but it was on, so I was listening with half an ear.
But I digress.
On the Third day, we also accepted another "30 minute challenge." Again, it was longer than 30 minutes. We decided the 30 minutes referred to the time allotted to begin and offer assistance to any of those needing direction. This challenge was a round robin exchange, which began with a 3" fussy cut square of our choosing.
We had 5 people in our exchange, so we assigned four steps. The first was to put the square on point. The second was to square it up again. The third was to add a pieced border, the last was "embellish." I really enjoyed the exchange. Keeping in mind the "30 minute" guideline, I went with simple, making the fabric do most of the work.
This was mine, when it returned to me. My part in it was to supply the 3" cat fabric. Don't you just love the ball of yarn and the mouse? (bottom left corner)
Next post: WonderValley wrap-up.
2017 Pacific International Quilt show
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