For the last several weeks, the design work on the remaining new blocks to be introduced to members of The FLOCK through the end of the year has stollen my attention from other things.
Because the birds' identities for each upcoming block isn't revealed until it lands in mailboxes, I've had to keep mum.
As you can see, the 2022 binder (below) is nearly full. That means that much of the preliminary work is done for the exciting next few months through the end of the year. And I can soon switch gears. . .
While the work room and sewing room have been a-twitter with sample-making, testing, and editing, other stuff in the sewing room has been ignored. These are a few of the items that are in 'holding pattern' right now.
This project (shown right side down) is a bit of an off-shoot from the Stitchery Crossover technique. New courses have been in a holding pattern while my laser focus has been directed towards FLOCK kits. That's about to change. The first two online courses are up and running, and with any luck they'll be joined by more exciting stuff soon!
This is the newest old project on deck. Inspired by a lovely, flowery fabric group, I gave into the temptation to purchase a precut strip collection WAY-back-when. Why I chose this diamond-shaped pattern, I can't recall. I love the fabric, but I'm not sure I'm crazy about the technique. Right now, it's in queue, but it could end up back on the UFO shelf-of-shame.
I'm sure I could keep adding to my list of 'holding patterns,' but that would only make me feel overwhelmed.
One thing at a time. . .