Weekly Progress - On Our Own

We dropped my mother at the airport last week, and now the Dude and I are fully on our own. It's a good thing school starts this week, because he is already bored of me!
I have been unpacking slowly and doing a sewing space overhaul at the same time, which has led me to a new Fifteen Minute Challenge - pressing and folding all my fat quarters {and semi-FQ shaped pieces} the same way. 
So far, I've only done it Friday/Saturday/Monday, and I have a pretty big pile to work through. So for fifteen minutes, every day, before I start sewing...press and fold.
First thing I unpacked was my Picture-Perfect Polaroid Block Swap fabric, and finished them up only two days late.
{my favorite}
{except maybe this one, with the bunnies photo-bombing...}
 Next, I whipped through my Wrapped in Hope quilt. The kid requested "Marvel heroes, red and black." I think I nailed it! I have all the rows sewn together now, and as soon as I figure out backing, it will be basted.
And finally, I finished the sashing on Central Park Sudoku. It's not done - I want to add a skinny and a wide border - but that will have to wait until my shopping list is complete.
No Progress:
Fat Quarter Stars (6/12 blocks)
LQS Saturday Sampler 2012 (15/36 blocks)
LQS Saturday Sampler 2011 (12/12 & center) 
Chunky Log Cabin (13/20 blocks)

St. Paul's Cross (2/42? blocks) 


Layer Cake Quilt Along 


Vintage Holiday Quilt Along - another one for the shopping list. I have piles of Fairy Frost...but none for background!

Application Submitted - 2/12 
Home Study - approved 5/12
USCIS paperwork - mailed 6/12
Home Study to Korea - 6/12
Referral Accepted - 6/12
New Projects: 1
Completed Projects: 0
In Progress: 12