I love summer. Though I still have to work, Kiddo's schedule is a lot more relaxed. No homework in the evenings, no basketball or volley ball games. So in a way I get a summer break too. I used my "extra" time well this week. I managed to get some sewing done every day.
Most of the effort was on finishing the Castle quilt. A few nights I managed only the minimum 15 minutes, but that still counts. It's all progress. This week makes up for my slacker week last week where I ventured into the sewing room for 3 days.
For me, the 15 Minute Challenge has been all about making a conscious choice to work on a sewing project of some sort a little bit every day. I really do love the whole quilt making process (well maybe not the cutting fabric part), but often operating the sewing machine seems beyond me after a day at work and the evening errands. It's so easy to park it in the recliner with the computer and cruse around blog land looking at all the cool stuff everyone else is doing. Which is gratifying in it's own way. But that won't help me use up the closet full of fabric that Kiddo assures me will go on eBay as soon as I kick the bucket.
How did you do this week?