I've been snuggling under my new GAA Afghan while I work on my oldest outstanding quilt UFO, the Hawaiian applique quilt. This was hibernating in a cupboard for several months while I did other things waiting for me to make some templates for the flowers. I've stitched down all the stems and leaves so it's only the ring of flowers left to do on the main part of the quilt. There's supposed to be a border after that but I may stop while I'm winning.
This week I was back at work (possibly where I caught the new germs) but in the evenings and on my day off I was working on the Japanese dollshouse, mostly on the extensions to the bathhouse and kitchen. Although not very big, these were surprisingly involved with lots of steps to complete for interior and external detail. I've also made a few accessories, and jumped ahead to complete the ceiling to the bath house.
Then it was time to attempt to hinge the extensions onto the house. I'd taken heed of the struggles of the original blogger who said the screws were horrible and the heads stripped easily. I ruined two screws (luckily they give you two spares) while I worked out the best combination of drill size and mini screwdriver, then managed to hinge on the two extensions.