I did take it easy for a couple of days and coupled with using the stop/start button on my machine as well as changing the location of my foot pedal so that it's nearer to me seemed to ease the pressure on my knee and appears to have done the trick. If it persists, I'm going to ask my doctor about getting a cortisone shot.
So, the forty-two house blocks are done...
in addition to the one hundred and sixty-four hexies to complete the center medallion for my Brinton Hall quilt.
While the stew for tonight's dinner is simmering away in the slow cooker,
I'll be spending the afternoon cutting out copious amounts of sashing strips and cornerstones.
Then, let the piecing begin!