I like to have a couple of hand piecing projects on the go, so I can take them along to sit and sew days rather than mess around packing up a machine and all the associated paraphernalia (pedal, cord etc).
I'm finding that the TATW while still quite portable is a bit large for some occasions, Sheila suggested that I start piecing the blocks for the last border of the Museum Medallion (started in 2013) quilt. I had already cut out and marked the pieces a year or more ago, so it was just a matter of locating them and getting them out ready to piece.
There are 44 circle blocks and 4 corner stars for the final pieced border, I need to piece 176 quarter circle blocks and then piece them to make the circle blocks. I've taken them along to two sit and sews recently and have made 35 quarter circle blocks so I'm slowly getting there.