In addition to being the end of the week, it's the start of a new month. So how did things go in the sewing room last month? I didn't reach my One Monthly Goal for May.
So that's a bit of a disappointment. I really shouldn't be, there was a lot of progress for a month where work took over my evenings one week and we took a family vacation for another week. The May OMG was to get this stack of blocks into a finished flimsy.
The flimsy not's finished, but all the blocks got sewn together.
|Christmas Angels Pattern by Kate|
Plus the one of the pieced border strips is attached and almost all the blocks are made for the rest of the pieced border. I'm just missing 4. There are two more borders after the pieced one. So the quilt isn't as far along as I had hoped, but it's definitely farther along than at the beginning of the month. Progress is good.
There was progress on Vintage Dresses too.
|Vintage Dresses by Charise Randell|
All the rows are sewn together. Now that borders have been worked out, it's time to audition some fabrics.
The last bit of progress was getting the yellow blocks for the Squared Away Sampler finished.
|Squared Away Sampler designed by Mari (The Academic Quilter) and Angela of Soscrappy|
But there's been no progress on the pink blocks for May. The color for June is teal and turquoise, so now I'm two months behind on this project.
Considering how crazy May was, it's amazing that anything got moved along. I'm hoping that June is a lot calmer and provides the opportunity for more stitching time. Have a great weekend. I'm off to figure out what's the priority list for June.