Yes, I am sewing more than I was at the end of summer. But there is gardening, and canning, and…things. I guess from here on in, we’ll be talking holidays. For instance, I will be gone a week in November. And December, well. I think winter, January thru March, is the most productive sewing time of the year. But I do know that setting these goals every month has made me as productive as possible. I really keep them in front of me and try to achieve them, just to share them with all of you. And not look like too much of a wuss.
Piece and quilt Oh My Stars throw quilt for shop. (almost finished piecing…backing and batting are pieced…)
Piece and quilt OMS throw quilt for myself. ( Pieced and partially quilted.)
Step 2 of Scrapitude Mystery Quilt
Several Xmas wall hangings for shop
1. Finish quilting my throw quilt from the Oh My Stars quiltalong.
2. Finish piecing and quilting OMS throw for my shop,
3. Finish piecing scrappy red, blue, gray cabin top (Quilt of Valor?)
4. Piece aqua and gray chevron lap quilt for shop.
5. Step 3 of Scrapitude Mystery Quilt
In my defense, the Christmas wall hangings were paper pieced, and took a while. Also, I threw in a little impromptu wall hanging this week for my friend who just opened a new bread and vintage clothing shop. (Yeah, breads and threads…! And she follows The Grateful Dead). It was very experimental, new materials, bobbin work, tulle, etc. And, I’m rather proud of it. So it’s not all just leaf drives and composting here. I am sewing…
How are you doing with your goals? It’s okay if you’re a little behind. 🙂
I’m linking up to Getting It Done at Patchwork Times.
November 1, 2013 at 8:48 PM
You are making such great progress!
I would love it if you would link to your last photo of the project in the post. IF possible. I know I can search, but…..
November 2, 2013 at 8:52 AM
You know, I usually do, but forgot this time. I’ll fix it.
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