I'm also working on my Madrona Road Challenge quilt. I recently joined the Emerald Coast Modern Quilt Guild (see this post) and apparently they didn't get their fabric in time to do the national challenge, so our deadline is this Saturday. I didn't get the fabric Michael Miller distributed, but I had already purchased a FQ bundle from my favorite little fabric shoppe (yup! Westwood Acres) and so I decided to join in. The pattern is "Heximetry" from Ali Winston (a2w) and Ali originally made it as a baby gift for my sweet little grandson Britton. It's a really fun pattern to make and even the Y-seams aren't that tricky. I added a scrappy border to make it just a little larger, and it's coming along nicely. My Madrona Road yardage got here just in time, so quilting on this little guy is
Emerald Coast Quilt Show. He wasn't made as a show quilt, so I didn't have any expectations, but it was fun to see him hanging there with such beautiful masterpieces. Sadly, I got there after most of the festivities were over, and they canceled my demos because most everyone had gone home, but it was a nice quilt show. I enjoyed looking at all the lovely quilts and checking out the various vendors (and I was very proud that I didn't buy anything - it probably helped that I had just gone to A&E before I left for Destin.)
So that's what's been going on in this neck of the woods.
What's on your list?