I've got just over a fourth of my log cabin blocks finished. I laid them out on the bed to see how they looked together. I think they will look good when they are all sewn together, and I'm happy with how this quilt is coming out.
I have 13 of the RRCB blocks done, like the ones I posted yesterday. I need 30 of those, so not yet halfway done with those. I'm glad I chose to work on both quilts at once, I had so much more to do on RRCB, that it would have been frustrating for me to just be staring at all the work I had to do on it. At least this way, I am getting my log cabin quilt close to assembly, so I feel like I'm making progress on something, even though I still have a lot to do on RRCB.
I need to take some time to cut some new quilts out. I think I may do some of that tomorrow. Mr. Z, my oldest grandson, needs his big boy bed quilt for his 2nd birthday, and I need to get going on that. It will probably take me almost as long to cut it out as to sew it together, since it's an I Spy quilt and there will be a lot of fussy cutting. I need to make 2 other I Spy quilts as well, so I can get some of those cut at the same time. So many projects, so little time, thus is the life of any crafter.