Longarming or domestic? What's faster in the long run? Which is easier? Which do you like more?
I mentioned in an earlier post that this is the easiest quilt ever. It's modified from Kim Schaefer's Cozy Modern Quilts and I simplified her directions to use strip piecing and reduced the 8" blocks to 6". I literally made one top in an afternoon after church -- like in 2.5 hours and I'm not fast. I had some of the strips cut but not many; so start to finish, it's probably 3-4 hours to make a baby quilt top if you've already ironed your fabrics (presuming you wash -- which I wanted to do with these brights to make sure there was no bleeding).
One is bound (striped binding on bias which is perfect but doesn't show up in pix) and will be delivered locally this week to a young man who I adore. The other one will be bound this weekend and sent to Montana to another young man who is very special. Both were high school friends of our son and there are nothing but good memories about both those young men.
I hope you're finding time to finish a few things so you can start all kinds of new and fun things!!!! Jan