Well, the dog days of summer have arrived - no matter how hard my air conditioner worked this afternoon, it couldn't get my sewing studio down below 78 degrees! But that's ok - it's never too hot to sew!!
Let's check and see how I did on last week's list....
1. Quilt at least one ministry quilt.
Done! I quilted my Great American Jelly Roll Race quilt..
2. Piece backs for the six new flimsies.
Done! Now I have a stack of ten quilts waiting to load
on the frame!
3. Work on Lilli's quilt.
Done! I have finished the center of the flimsy -
I only need to locate some yardage for a border
to bring it up to twin size!
4. Clean off the sewing table!
Massive fail - it doesn't look a bit better
and probably looks a lot worse
than last week when I wrote this on the list!!
5. Get a sample of Hobbs 80/20 batting.
Done! Not only did I get a sample, but my friend Marita
from our new local quilt shop ordered a bolt of 120" x 30 yards for me for about $120 plus shipping! Woohoo!!
6. Pick up jelly rolls for the Summer Camp sewing class.
Done! Aren't these pretty?
Now, this week will be a much simpler week - I've got a ton of stuff going on this week that will keep me from my sewing table, I'm afraid! But here's what I'd like to get done...
1. Order border material for Lilli's quilt.
2. Work on hexies for Christmas table runner.
3. Load and quilt at least one of the ministry quilts.
4. Start organizing ministry quilt patterns
into booklet form.
I think that will be it for me this week, but hey, at least it's something! What are you planning on working on this week?