Last week was a pretty good one on the sewing front. I managed to spend 5 out of the 7 seven days stitching for at least 15 minutes.
Mon Ami became a finished flimsy last week and with the marathon sewing session yesterday, the back is almost assembled. So hopefully it will be ready to send out for quilting before the end of this week. I probably shouldn't be too optimistic on that front, we have two home volleyball games, a volleyball tournament, a church youth group dinner and swim team tryouts this week. I'm not likely to get much more than 15 minutes in the sewing room on any of those nights. Some weeks are just that way.
It's already September, which means we are three quarters of the way through this year's effort to foster creativity. This month's theme is "learn something new every day". The more you know, the more resources you have to solve problems in your quilting and in the non-quilting part of your life. If you solve those non-quilting problems quickly, you have more time to stitch. Works for me. We'll definitely explore resources for learning something new about quilting with maybe one post focused on non-quilting stuff just so we stayed balanced.
That's it for this week. If you had a chance to get some stitching in or even if you didn't, link up and share how your week went.
2. Julie in GA