The instructor said half way through the lesson we would have an Ah-Ha moment. But mine didn't come...until TODAY! Getting all those points to line up was a trick.
On the first block I ripped and re-stitched the yellow centers 5 or 6 times. There's so much bulk, the pieces shift no matter how many pins you use. I finally hand stitched the center portion, THEN sewed it on the machine. On the second square I got smart and BASTED the centers together, before sewing the entire seam. Got it on the second try.
Here's the completed border on my Olympic Rings mini-quilt. I did a LOT of hand stitching while I was laid up with back trouble. Thankfully, I'm back in action...and ready for a change of pace.
I'm feeling a bit guilty about my Winter's Song quilt. It's sandwiched, but not quilted. Every time I look at it it seems to say, "Hey, what about me?"
I rarely get the timing right. I'll probably finish Winter's Song when Spring has sprung. The Lazy Daisy topper will be done at about the right time, as spring flowers giving way to summer. As for the Olympic Rings...if I get them done for the Summer Olympics two years from now, I'll be right on schedule. :)