Here's my Thousand Pyramid Quilt top, hanging on the fence in a light Spring breeze! While the block placement is far more random than my initial plan, it works. And it had lovely movement.
Once again my stack of UFOs wait to be quilted is growing higher! I have ideas for an improv quilt and several garment sewing projects too! All good!
On the subject of garment sewing, have you heard about the television series, "The Great British Sewing Bee?" It's a reality contest for British home sewers. They work in 2 day blocks: 2 smaller tasks on day one and a larger project on day 2 for a number of weeks. Each week, one or two sewers is winnowed out. They are asked to make a variety of garments, some of which I wouldn't dream of trying...nor would some of them if they'd known ahead of time! What transpires is fascinating! Some of the final garments are brilliant, some, not so much!
There are 3 seasons available on YouTube. If you find yourself with a long wait someplace like a doctor's office or airport or just a rainy afternoon, this show will draw you in and transport you on a magic carpet to the old Rag Trade district on the Thames River! Your time waiting will fly! Great fun! And I have to say, because the judges tell us (not the contestants) how an item should be constructed, I've really learned a lot about handling specialty fabrics and details of garment construction! I highly recommend it,