I have come a long way on this little project, since I last wrote a post about them. I have about 500 little blocks done of the 700 I originally wanted to accomplish for a double size bed. I have since changed my mind and want to do two twin sized quilts, so I calculated I would need 600 for each quilt. So, to look at it on the positive side, I have the blocks almost done for one of the quilts, and then I just have to start over for the other one.
This is a pile of chain piecing.
A set of piles of pieces needing to be sewn.
And a pile of pieces needing to be added to the first part of the block.
I have piles of various different stages all around my sewing machine at any given time. I am now working on sets of 50 in my chain piecing, so I feel like that I am getting big chunks of the blocks done at any given time I can work on them.
What is so nice about this type of scrappy project, it allows me the ability to just sit down, even if it is only for 10 minutes or so, to make progress. It's repetitive work that doesn't require the need to look at a pattern, or be so precise in the stitching or joining of the pieces in the block.