What are you working on? Since I just got my 301A all tuned up and purring like Winnie, I have finished 52 nine patch blocks made from vintage 40's and 50's fabrics. The note with the fabric says I need 27 blocks pieced and 27 alternating blocks, or for a big one a total of 72 blocks. This note is dated 1953. The template is a receipt Mrs. Krouger got for selling eggs the day after Christmas in 1952. She had eight dozen of Ex. Large A eggs and was paid 31.5 cents a dozen for them from Shaffer and Sons in Lebanon, Indiana. I cannot quite remember where I got this box of pre-cut quilt blocks from.
I am also working on some postage stamp blocks. These are made from 1 1/2 inch cut squares. They are quite fun to piece and work up quickly as long as I am not wondering how many blocks I need! I am also working on a scrappy quilt made with 2 1/2 inch squares alternated with cream muslin. Those are fast and fun too.
I found these three boxes of cut pieces while attempting to clean out some other space in the house. Instead of cleaning, I have been piecing.
I will try to post photo's when I locate the missing camera, which might be at work!