The last few sashing strips to add to the left side of the first blocks in each row - chain piecing makes short work of this job. I learnt years ago to finish a seam with needle down and then butt up the next block to sew ... This way your chain stitching starts and ends with a full stitch right at the edge of the fabric and you don't leave too large a gap between blocks (not good to sew without fabric under the foot).
I went through the scrap bin from the Civil War Quilt and started cutting the 2-1/2" cornerstones for the sashing - so much easier using the Go Cutter.
Lovely cold afternoon here, perfect sewing weather.
Cheers from Helen