Lots of cutting, line-drawing, pinning, stitching, ironing, repeating tonight while following the election news from home. I loved staying up late on election night when I was younger - even in the 80s when we used to know who was going to win before we went to bed. Now that I'm teaching about the election in one of my courses, I'm calling it homework. I lost all credibility as a second grade ESL teacher in 2000 when I told my students that we would know who the new president was the next morning. Maybe I can redeem my credibility this time around.
Sorry that the contrast isn't very good between the blocks and my floor! Round two of the medallion quilt will probably be followed by another thin green line of like-colored squares. I'm working on a large flock of flying geese at the moment - they will play into several upcoming rows. I think I'm going to separate everything with these thin lines of like-colored squares - either green or gold - and will use the white in every other row of blocks. That's the plan for now at least. :)