Sunday, May 31, 2020

Week 22 of 2020: Stitching Stuff

The weather has been gorgeous this weekend. Much needed after a week of the wet stuff.  Unfortunately the week of wet triggered my allergies, I've not felt 100% the last few days.  That has negatively affected my sewing room time.  How about you, has it been easy or hard to work in a few minutes of stitching time each day?  

My stitching week wasn't so hot. 

15 minute days/week = 4/7 days
15 minute days/May = 24/30 days
15 minute days/2020 = 135/151
Success rate = 89.40%

Some weeks are just that way. I'm still on track to meet my goal of stitching 85% of time.  Hopefully this week will be much better on the stitching front.  

My Guy brought home some hydrangea for me last week.  It's one of my favorite flowers.  

Love the purple and yellow/green blooms.  They really brighten up the kitchen table.  

So how did your stitchy week work out? 

1. Chrisknits
2. karen
3. maggie f
4. Sherrie
5. katie z.
6. Loulee (Manxgirl)
7. amanda
8. Quilting Gail
9. Angie in SoCal
10. Deana

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Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I have been sneezing and sniffling all week - allergies!

chrisknits said...

I got my time in each day, even if Saturday's was a bust because I made 2 blocks wrong! LOL. Did you not get my email about winning the pouch? Let me know so I can get your address to mail it. Congrats!!!

loulee said...

Lovely flowers. :-)
I managed 15 mins every day. Thanks again for the encouragement.
Count me in again this week.

seabreezequilts said...

My sinuses were playing up earlier in the week but the wet weather we have been having seems to have settled things a bit now so I'm not complaining about the cold or the wet. Sorry yours have been acting up the wonders of spring/summer. Are your hydrangers cut or are they potted, I remember my Nan doing something to the stems to make them last maybe burning them on the stove, but I didn't think they lasted long cut. My MIL had lots in her garden, but I think most of them have been pulled out now too much work in the heat of summer ( they have to be covered otherwise they burn off in 40plus heat). The father in law use to put up beach umbrellas and sheets over them on hot days in summer he used to be up at the crack of dawn watering/ and tending the garden all day in whatever heat and till the sun went down. The next generation isn't so crazy and they can't afford the water bill.

dq said...

Allergies...they do not sound fun, but your stats look great! I am pleased to be at 93%.

Thanks so much for your encouragement weakly.