When I got home, I ate some lunch and laid down for a nap. I hadn't slept well the night before, and so my nap was longer than usual. By the time I woke up, it seemed too late in the day to do much of anything, but I did finish up Block #8 for Hocuspocusville. I think this is the most densely-stitched block of the whole quilt.
When I work on this again, I'll be doing the Toil & Trouble Employment Agency. Honestly, designer Meg Hawkey is so clever.
That probably won't be until the new year, however. My next block is the third block for Wine Country...the Shiraz block.
A word to the wise...that iron-on ink will transfer right through the fabric to your ironing board cover below. And then it will also transfer from ironing board cover to other fabrics you might be ironing. This morning I took some time to absorb the ink into some fabric scraps, and I'll probably wash the ironing board cover for good measure.
Today I want to finish filling in the background for the Sunflower Sampler. Here's where I left it last week.
There is some housework to do, and it's the last CSA pick-up day for the season. We'll get a double share of veggies today. There should still be time to get back to work on the latest Chicken Buffet block as well, and so there's plenty to keep me out of trouble on this Tuesday.