And it occurred to me that I should mention this great Dear Jane ruler. It is particularly handy for the way I make blocks. For example, I oversize the borders a bit, and then trim the block down using the ruler. This means I don't have to worry about the crazy distortion you can get from sewing, handling and ironing thin strips. And if they get off kilter, the diagonal lines are very helpful.
And this is Dear Jane block C13 or Lakota Sioux.
Many of us have shown how we store our scraps and fabric stash. But I thought I should also show you how I store my quilting supervisor. She gets cranky if I put the lid on, but draping fabric over her is appreciated.