Not much happening on the quilting front as I have been experiencing vertigo since returning from Rock Island last week. In fact, I had a couple of brief episodes while there that I attributed to the low beds (we were in the "handicap" cabin). Anyway, I go for therapy tomorrow and I hope that gives me a bit of relief.
So I've been catching up on blogs and see that Quilting Gail is hosting another Stay at Home Round Robin this year. I believe this challenge was first issued in 2021 when most of us were hibernating at home in order to stay free of Covid. I never finished my project from that year and decided not to participate in 2022. This year I'm going to give it another try so I have selected an orphan block to be my center starting point.
Last week I was thinking this would just be a little table mat, but I have run across some more sunflower fabrics that might work so I'm going to give the SaHRR a go. (In full disclosure, I did not make the sunflower block. It was an exchange block from one of my quilt cruises and I don't remember who made it. If it's yours, please let me know.)