Yes, I have actually gotten some sewing done this week so far! Saturday was our Saturday Sewcial for quilting guild and they decided to do the Double Slice Layer Cake Quilt by Missouri Star Quilt Co. Luckily I'd already done this one once before, Mack's quilt. I decided to use up some of my 10" squares I acquired in a rainbow layer cake swap I did not too long ago over at Distant Pickles. It's going to be very bright but I like it. I didn't get mine totally sewn together because I had to come home and trim up the blocks. Unfortunately not everyone's 10" is the same... but that's okay! It all works out in the wash and this quilt is very forgiving.
Then there's what's up on my design board. The little bit I've done on a gray, yellow and aqua Granny Square quilt, and what I've done on a Christmas Soda Pop quilt (Yule Pop).
Oh, and don't forget the Carpenter's Wheel quilt. I went back on all the squares and removed the print corners, replacing them with white. I had seen a few online and I liked how it gave a bit of a secondary design with the white plus signs. Here they are all draped on my quilt rack.