The center of "Twisted" The colors really pop against the black, I wasn't sure about the green but it shows up well. I like the way it's coming out even though the instructions have been a huge pain in the neck to figure out! I have the next series of blocks nearly finished, working on them for an hour or less most nights. Not working very hard at it, I've just relaxed about the whole quilting thing.
This, however, is what I've been working hard at:
This is my Town of Kansas research! I don't think I'll be eating on my kitchen table for a few days! I've just been typing things onto the computer for the last couple of weeks but today I had a request for information and wanted to be sure I had all my facts correct--my brain is on overflow, really must order more memory! I was digging and digging looking for all the right stuff and got HUGELY frustrated. I hauled every piece of information I've acquired in the past several years into the kitchen and began sorting. On a happy note, I did find the materials I was looking for! I'm planning to get this organized before I start typing again. You can see, though, why I'm anxious to have it done. I did have an interesting afternoon reading the Circuit Court case that began it all--I have no idea how lawyers can STAND to read this kind of stuff all the time!