I started this in a class with Carolyn Forster using the method that she later published in her first Quilting-on-the-Go book, published in 2007 (there is a second book published quite recently); this involves disguising the joins with quilting in the wide sashing.
It is a great book full of lovely quilts with novel ways to hide the joins, but I guess this is not really my preferred method of quiltmaking. Don't get me wrong, I loved the fact that I could make the blocks, layer, and hand quilt them individually while out and about - in my case while watching my daughter play cricket. Even more, I loved being able to use up 20" square wadding offcuts.
But I did not enjoy the process of putting the blocks together in rows, and I enjoyed joining the rows even less, which is why I ground to a halt some considerable time ago. I had done more quilting than I remembered, however, so it might not be quite such a long way to the finish line as I had feared.
Joining the rows you cannot really do on the go, you need a reasonably large flat surface. I am using my ironing board lowered to a comfortable height in front of a window as I need good daylight to see my quilting lines. This is limiting me to sewing in the day as I am waiting for delivery of a decent task lamp for sewing.
Linking to Lee at Freshly Pieced for WIP Wednesday.