Last Friday, Pam posted the final part of Tucker, a Pocket Patchwork Sew-Along by Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts. It's a cute design, but since I don't have anyplace in my apartment where I could tuck a quilt like that, I've decided to redesign it into a wallhanging. So far I've finished the flying geese units and cut some more squares (not pictured).
It doesn't look like I'm going to finish Part 2 of Tucker, a Pocket Patchwork Sew-Along by Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts, before Friday. There's just too much sewing for a hand-piecer like me to get done in such a short amount of time. Here's what I've got done so far:
Pam Buda of Heartspun Quilts has started another one of her Pocket Patchwork Sew-Alongs. She's calling this one Tucker. Part 1 consists of cutting out a ton of pieces and making 8 half-square triangles (HSTs). I've chosen my fabrics, washed any that needed it, and made the HSTs. I opted to cut out the rest of the pieces as I go, which I'm regretting a bit because this week we get to piece about half of them together! Oh well, it'll keep me out of mischief this weekend. :)