That makes seven of the center blocks done, with another in process. Here are six of the finished ones along with the single panel I finished first. (the seventh block didn't make it into the photo) Still a long way to go, but at least it is still an active project and not a UFO (yet).
I actually have one more block started, but with the work needed for May's UFO, not much will happen on the Roseville until June or later. (How can it be that June is the next month--we haven't had spring yet? Today is the first sunny day in so long--rain, wind and cold has been our spring so far.)
May's UFO is Capriccio, a colorful pattern by Pie in the Sky Quilts, that I am making in "happy" colors pretty similar to the pattern model. It involves sewing pieces together, then cutting them up, and sewing them back together. At the beginning of May, it wasn't very far along. In fact, it looked mostly like these strips, with a stack of these triangles:
But now there are a few of these squares,
and a (very) few of these blocks
And, I am finding out that I wasn't very accurate in cutting/stitching, so the quilt police are going to have lots of violations if they choose to look. I am just matching seams where I can, and letting those problem pieces do what they must. Since some of the strips are scraps, cut over many years and left over from odd projects, it doesn't surprise me that they vary a bit in size. Maybe that's why this was a UFO for awhile...Guess I better get busy or it will stay a UFO!