I took the pieces with me while flying to see my sister. I wasn't sure I would be able to work on it during the trip because of the many pieces to keep track of, but it doesn't hurt to be prepared.
Enter the chance to take a later flight and get a $500 voucher for a future flight. It was the ideal situation to be the volunteer as I was traveling alone and there was nothing planned for the evening I was landing. Once I made a quick call to my sister who was picking me up, I had an extra five hours in the terminal. Sounds like a good time to pull out 36 tiny pieces of fabric!
|You can see evidence that I also spent the five hours|
searching out patches of sunshine!
Then I sewed all the seams in one direction:
Then I sewed the seams in the other direction:
Once I got to my sister's, we could share our blocks with each other:
|(Hers is nicely pressed, mine is not!)|
Here are all of my blocks in a virtual layout: