Well, I predicted this mid-month, but here it is the end of April and my UFO for the monthly challenge is nowhere near finished.
Yes, I still have today, but I think if I sat and did ONLY that for the next 11 hours (until midnight), I'd have sore fingers and a STILL unfinished UFO. So I'm throwing in the towel and I'm okay with that.
But let's review how far I have come, because I think I have accomplished a lot considering everything else going on around here.
I started out with this star (started around 2001),
and these fabrics.
And here's where I am at now:
Two square corners complete, and a third (partially) pinned and ready to go. Pieces cut and ready for the remaining one square and four triangle corners.
(For scale, those squares are cut 17" and I used a dime as the template for the yellow flower centers.)
I'll keep working on it in spare moments. Now that it's started again, I really want to finish it. Even if I have no idea what I'll do with it when it's done.
I hope the UFO chosen for May is simpler so I'll gain some time to work on this. And I hope Judy doesn't have something fantastic to give away this month for those who finish because, though I never win, I sure don't want to miss out on the chance either!
And now, instead of working my fingers to bleeding on this, I'm going to go work on the "gargoyle" quilt and see if I can get that into a top!