It won't be a completely slow Sunday as I have a bunch of masks to make for the kids who are going back to in person school tomorrow. Technically our numbers in our county are hovering at controlled community spread, however I see lots of photo's of people in our area at parties without masks. There have also been a few 'rallies' in the area that are also mask free with no social distancing. Sigh.
The kids were able to log into their school portal and see their new schedules. They each have some teacher changes but both did get their same elective so that is a positive. We will see how it goes tomorrow. I just need to add the ear loops and continuous loop to them. Aidan's are on the left and Emily's on the right. The extra paw print one is up for grabs at the top of his pile.
I did a little prep work while in the sewing room. Another Endless Diamond block is cut out and ready to go into a baggie. I have created a tab for them with the information and have put the template I created on there as a PDF if you are interested in trying it out.
I also did prep for a Hexagon quilt as you go - 7 blocks - to make a little quilt and see how it works. I seem to have mentioned starting a Hexagon quilt as you go in November and a few people have purchased the templates and are planning to join along. I know I am going to do mine by hand as a 'car wait line' project but they can be machine stitched as well. You can read a little more about that project here in case you are tempted to start something new! I love the idea that when you are done, in whatever stage it is done... no finishing needed! That seems to be my stall point! I purchased the 'magic pins' when I got the template and used them to hold down those edges for stitching.