Instead of writing up a bunch of posts for my linking ups, I'm following Teresa's lead and writing one long post and linking to where I want them to go.
This is a rerun photo of my hexies.
I am making serious progress on this quilt and love it more each day.
I'm linking to Kathy's Slow Stitching Sunday
and I'm thinking of Kathy as she hurts from the loss of her brother.
I spent some precious sewing machine time making scrappy red blocks for my Row Quilt.
I didn't get the Dresden Block made but I will.
I'm linking this to SoScrappy's Scraphappy Saturday.
Of course I had to start a new project!
These are 4 of 7 blocks for Nabby's Dowry.
You can find all the info here at Heartspun Quilts.
I'm using 1 1/2" HSTs from my overfull little bin..
Hubby came home the other day and wondered if I had a baby boy quilt.
One of his work buddies has his first baby.
Ummm, if I had know before hand, I might have had this ready to go.
So new project number 2 was started.
I'm about halfway and hope to have it ready for gifting this week.
Not much progress on Crystal's Rivel Cardigan,
but I am a lot farther than I thought I would be.
Here is Dreambird.
I am into the next black section now.
This is a knit along with Judy L and Denise.
The Getting It Done Challenge was kind of a bust for me for August.
- Judy L's mystery step for the month
- 5 more Pineapple Crazy blocks
- Bind Ocra Bay and TUSQLJ
- Quilt 1 UFO quilt
- Work on Reach For The Stars
- Work on Grandmother's Choice blocks
Kind of a sad, sad month!! It make September's list pretty easy since I'm going to remove a couple of projects from the list.
- Judy L's mystery for August and September
- Bind Orca Bay
- Bind TUSQLJ
- Make Rainbow Scrap blocks for August and September
- Sew every day
I think these are achievable for me. And since September is National Sewing Month, I am again going to try to sew every day. Even if I can only sit and sew for a few minutes at a time.