With all that going on last week, it would have been easy to completely give up on finding just 15 minutes to stitch each day.
I got home late a couple of nights due to project work and running errands for My Guy. It would have been so easy to just collapse in the recliner each night, but knowing I have to post my success/failure on this front is usually enough motivation for me to get up to the sewing room for at least a few minutes. It was actually a decent week on that front.
15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/Mar = 16/16 days
15 minute days/2019 = 72/75 days
Success rate = 96%
So definitely not a bad week, though there were a couple of nights where I just barely made my 15 minutes. Still I was able to see progress on a couple of projects. You can share how your stitching went this week by linking up at the bottom of the post.
The stash report doesn't look too bad this week.
Fabric out this week = 0.71 yards
Fabric out in 2019 = 16.91 yards
More out than in for 2019
I'm doing better on using fabric this year then I did last year. So I'm happy with that. Linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for the weekly stash report.
On a completely unrelated note, the weather is slowly starting to improve. It's been nice enough a couple of evenings for some short walks. I took the camera with me on my first walk of the spring and found this guy hanging out down the road.
My Guy is the birder in the family. He's identified this bird in flight as a Red Tailed Hawk. This one is half of the pair of hawks that have taken up residence in the open fields east of our house. It's still pretty brown so there wasn't much else to photograph. I'm hoping to see more green and a few wild flowers start to pop up on my walks as spring finally takes hold.
So how did you stitchy week go? You can share how you did at finding time to move a few projects forward.
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