I did much better at fitting in stitching time this week.
15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/May = 28/31 days
15 minute days/June = 1/1 day
15 minute days/2019 = 137/152 days
Success rate = 90.13%
I'm back up to stitching 90% of the time, that's my goal for 2019. Hopefully, this month will be slower than last month. It's definitely gotten off to a slower start. I brought out the long term embroidery project to keep my hands busy while we were just hanging out in the evenings this weekend.
I finished the tan and orange butterfly in the upper right and a bit of greenery. So the panel is just about one third complete. This isn't my oldest project, but it's been in the works for seven years. So this is definitely my slow stitching project for the week. You can check out other slow stitching projects over at Kathy's Quilts.
We have been running around a bit this weekend, it hasn't all been just hanging out together in the living room. On one of our excursions, I popped into the quilt shop and came out with a bit of fabric.
Actually the SIT found this fun rainbow batik. She thought it would make a nice border for one of my rainbow quilts. I agreed, so a few yards came home with me. So the stash report took a tiny hit.
Fabric out this week = 1.01 yards
Fabric out for 2019 = 26.53 yards
Still more out than in for 2019
So even with my addition, I'm still in the black. My goal is to use more than I buy in 2019. So far, so good there. Linking up with Quiltpaintcreate for the stash report.
So how did your stitchy week work out?
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