I have made 15 Chandelier blocks out of a total of 18 plus two half blocks needed for the QAL with Lee - I know I am behind but at least I have managed something!
I have worked on a small quilt which I can't show you as it is for a magazine - but that had ground to a halt too, so it's good to be moving again.
My Remembrance quilt is stuck as I hate the quilting I have done so far; it is a pain to rip out as the Aurifil thread has sunk into the 80:20 wadding and I don't want to damage the fabric. I need really good light to see the stitches properly but have had no spare daytime recently. But I have set a deadline of 11 Nov which I had thought would be a breeze - huh, not looking so likely now. Quilting gods out to humble me again.
Looking back at the last month, I guess the only proper finish was the Whirly Windmills quilt posted here so I'll claim that for my link to Lily's Quilts Fresh Sewing Day.
October has been a difficult month; I have been trying to provide some practical support for a dear friend who has been bereaved. Sewing has been a blessing, even the small amount I have managed to fit in, and I am especially grateful at the moment to be able to unwind at my machine at the end of the day.
I hope your time spent sewing brings you joy and peace too.