The rain system that had been over northern Indiana for the last several weeks has finally moved out and we've got sunshine!
After several days without any precipitation, we can finally get into the fields. Spring planting has been seriously delayed and every farmer in our area is going as hard and fast as they can.
This week we big baled our 18 acre hay field. Normally we are able to make four cuttings of hay a season but that may not happen this year because of the late first cutting.
I was not able spend as much time on hand work this week because of being outside. I'm not complaining, I'm very thankful we can be in the fields and I enjoy being outside after the long, long, long winter.
Star Dance is almost finished. I need to add the circles to the center of the flower star blocks. I also want to add more circles to the border. I think the applique looks rather bare in some places.
She measures measures 60" x 70". I've changed the pattern by piecing more blocks and I putting the stars on point.
I've mentioned several times in posts that Star Dance was my 2017 RSC quilt. Actually Star Dance was not my only 2017 RSC project. I had a second project, a 4-Patch summer quilt which we are using now since it has finally warmed up.
Linking to Scrap Happy Saturday, Sew Can She, Kathy's Slow Stitching Sunday