Being trapped in my sewing room for nine and half hours made me very, very productive. I took a break from the normally scheduled sewing program to work on a quilt for my bed. I have been collecting fabric for this for a long time. Most of the fabric is Old, New Collection by Atsuko Matsuyama with the rest a combination of Lecien and some Lakehouse fabrics. There is just something about this fabric that makes my heart sing. You know how much I love Flower Sugar by Lecien, but it is very bright and not what a wanted for my bedroom. These fabrics are rich but more subtle in color and are so, so pretty. I am making a quilt from the book, Large-Block Quilts by Victoria Eapen. The pattern is called "Three Steps Forward" and it uses the Jacob's Ladder block. These blocks are 18"x18". I will need 25 for a king-size quilt (if I did my math correctly). I am enjoying this quilt so much. On the house front, the floors are coming along quite nicely. The gentlemen are already here today, pounding away. We are also getting some work done on the outside of the house, replacing a sidewalk and putting in some flower beds. As you may recall from earlier pictures, we didn't have any. My kids keep saying that its like an episode of extreme home make-over here. I wish it was, then I wouldn't have to pay for it. It sure is helping me adjust to moving to get these projects done. It's starting to feel like my home and that is quite a nice shift in perspective for me. Have a good day, friends!