So what's likely to get done? We'll have a lot of family stuff the week of Thanksgiving, so I won't have as much time to stitch as normal that week. And we have some commitments this weekend that will impact my stitching time. So the goal for this month needs to be a pretty small one. There are two projects in the queue that are closed to being finished. The first is the Halloween Mystery quilt (BOO!).
designed by Carrie Randall (Quilter's Hideaway)
It needs a label and the binding pieced then sewn down. That's doable.
The second and probably higher priority is to get Inverted Star finished.
|Inverted Star block by Jessica Boschem of Common Threads|
available from Craftsy as a free download, setting by Kate
It needs a backing pieced and then both have to be prepped so it can go out for quilting. Piecing the backing is probably doable. Cleaning off the loose threads from the back of the top and getting it all pressed is going to take some time. That's going to be a tall order when I've got two weekends with limited sewing room time.
So looking at the time available, I'm going to go for getting a back pieced for Inverted Star as my one monthly goal. If I can get it prepped for quilting and out the door even better. But I honestly do not think I'll get that far.
Linking up at Elm Street Quilts for the November One Monthly Goal.