Last week didn't go as planned. Too many times getting in and out of a car caused my hip bursitis to flair up, so I had to slow down, sit in overstuffed chairs and work on my knitting and crochet projects. I have a redwork project in progress, too, but it got put away somewhere last fall and I haven't seen it since. Someday, I'll find it.
This week, my internet speed has been crawling even more slowly than usual. It's so frustrating that I don't even want to try going online most of the time. There has to be a solution to this other than moving to the asphalt jungle. Someday, I'll find it, too.
Meanwhile, I'm slowly progressing on my stack of half-square triangle (HST) units. Trimming them all to the proper size is not my favorite part of the quilt-making process, but I've had little success with the method of cutting the triangles to exact size first then sewing them together -- I end up with too many HSTs that are too small and then I have to cut more triangles and sew more HSTs. So, I stick with the more time-consuming method of cutting larger triangles, sewing them together, then trimming them to size. In the long run, I actually save time and fabric!
I'm hoping to get back online tomorrow to post instructions for HSTs, but Saturdays can be a bit tricky to predict -- too many unexpected things happen on Saturdays.