I decided to just get to it and start sewing all my spools from Bonnie's Spoolin' Around challenge together. I had more blue blocks than anything since I apparently REALLY like blue fabric and have now stopped buying it until I use what I have. I sewed a blue spool into the upper right corner of almost ever four patch of these blocks and then I put them into rows.
And it grew into this! It isn't nearly as big as it feels like it should be. I felt like I was sewing spools til the cows came home. I haven't decided it I am adding a border or tucking it away til I feel like making more spools (the day may never come) so this is as far as it goes. I only had one leftover spool, and one leftover that was a double. I am hoping I don't have any doubles in it, but one or two could have snuck in. There are seven rows of eight four patches. I am so glad to check that off as mostly done because I am already working on Bonnie's next challenge! I plan to only make a small version of that. I decided I prefer leaders and enders with less steps. The bow ties two years ago were perfect. Not too complicated. The spools were a little harder and this year's split nine patch is too much for me as a leader/ender. I wind up just doing a block here and there on its own and never actually do it as a leader/ender. Sort of defeats the purpose!
I also picked out the not so great quilting in Broken Crockery and bound it. Now I can enjoy it on the wall and have it no longer be a UFO. I guess I am in the mood to finish things up!
Kathy quilted CJ's black. red and white wall hanging (leftovers from his night and day quilt) that has been waiting for a bit too, so I can cross that off the list too.