We've had one yard sale and really must have another one this Saturday.
Always the usual things that I do, but add in the extra taking Jasmine to the babysitting jobs and picking up grandkids at school.
It's surprising that I've gotten anything done and home and I have to be thankful for my times away from home to sew.
Friday was sit n' sew at the quilt shop. It's from 6-10 pm. I took my hexagons.
I learned my lesson that you don't work on them that long in a stretch. I thought my thumb and my thumbnail were both going to fall off from holding down to get them stitched.
I didn't get any pieces put together, but I have 4 sets of flowers ready to put together. They are in the bag.
Otherwise you can just look at my box and know this truly is a forever project.
I'm to the point of squaring these up. I still hope to get the 2 rows of blocks together and sewn on to catch up to what I should have done by this month.
I did pick up some more fabric strips to add to that bag yesterday.
Oh, that cute sewing/craft basket I picked up at a yard sale for $5. I really bought it for the $8 cone of cotton yarn that was inside it. I decided that cute basket is a lot better than the usual bag I have sitting by my desk while I work....decorative too.
It was also filled with other yarn and knitting supplies. I won't use those so they are packed into a bag to put out for sale at the yard sale.
Log Cabin wall hanging
Log cabin table runner
2 rectangle table runners (one done)
challenge wall hanging
GoodNight Irene quilt/wall hanging
Quilt for sewing club at church
Yo-Yo Table runner
Hexagon table topper
Emerald Island Fusique table runner
Sunflower table runner and matching placemats
Easter wall hanging
Cat wall hanging
Christmas bags (total of at least 25)
Braid table runner
Christmas wall hanging
Five and Dime quilt
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