Tuesday, September 26, 2023

To Do List for the Week of 9/26/2023

It's hard to believe that October is just a few days away.  The end of the year always goes so quickly.  I've got lots of stuff on the calendar over the next few months, so my stitching time is definitely going to drop off.  I've done pretty well at taking advantage of all the stitching time this month.  That is definitely reflected in last week's to do list. 

To Do List for 9/19/2023

1.  Unity/Helianthus: Finish quilt, photograph ✔
2.  Macaron Mystery: Prep quilt top for quilting ✔
3.  Scrappy Butterflies: Finish adding borders - progress
4.  Malted Mystery: Continue to work on clue 3 ✔
5.  Wild & Goosey: Make 2 teal blocks - progress
6.  Chilhowie: Continue as leader and ender project ✔

Four check marks and progress on the rest of the list is a really good week.  My focus for the next few months is moving as many quilts as possible to the finish line.  I'm pretty sure I can finish at least two more before the end of the year even with the full calendar.  So that's the focus for this week's to do list.

To Do List for 9/26/2023

1.  Macaron Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Package and mail out for quilting

I finished cleaning off all the loose threads on Sunday.  I've found a box and the batting.  I just need to finish the packaging, write the label and take it to the post office.  That should be doable this week.

2.  Melodic Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Find backing fabric and decide on piecing plan

Melodic Mystery became a finished quilt top in August. It's actually not on the UFO list yet as it's not been over a year since I started it. But it will pass that milestone before I get this one out for quilting.  

3. Scrappy Butterflies (self designed):  Finish last border

The first border has been added.  The final border will be that darker blue from the alternate blocks.  It always takes longer to finish a border then I think it will.  Fingers crossed this is a finished quilt top before next week's to do list.  Since it will be my oldest finished quilt top, it will be next on the list after Melodic Mystery to get the backing, prep for quilting and send it out.  That's the plan for November anyway.  

4. Malted Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Continue to work on clue 3

I've finished one set of HSTs, the sister's block, the plus blocks and am now working on the T blocks.  There is one more set of blocks, plus another set of HSTs to finish before the end of the month.  I'm on track to finish this clue before the next one comes out.  

5.  Wild & Goosey (Bonnie Hunter): Finish 4 teal blocks

I finished one block last week and got started on two more.  It's been slow progress on this project this year.  But that's OK, I'm just happy to move this one along a little. 

6. Chilhowie (Bonnie Hunter): Continue as leader and ender project. 

The center of block 7 is assembled. Now it just needs the borders added.  I should have a finished block by next week's to do list so it will be time to start on the components for block 8.  

That's my to do list for this week.  I'm going for slow and steady progress.  If not everything gets checked off, I'm good with that so long as there has been some progress.  Linking up with The Quilt Schmilt: For the Love of Fabric for this week's To Do Tuesday.  

Monday, September 25, 2023

One Off the UFO List

The first half of the year was all about new starts.  Two of the three 2023 projects have made it to the finished quilt top stage.  So for the last half of the year I'm prioritizing moving some quilts to the finished quilt stage.  The first big hurdle in that plan was getting Unity prepped to go out for quilting.  Unity was started in April of 2020 when Bonnie Hunter offered the Sew-In-Place quilt along to help all of us cope with the Covid pandemic. I made the last stitch to the binding on Tuesday, September 19th.  

Unity is far from perfect, but I learned a lot during the construction of this quilt. I perfected stitching an accurate quarter inch seam by the time it was fully constructed.  The quilt has a couple of puffy parts because I didn't have that down early on.  I'm eternally grateful to Trudy, she was still able to deal with those imperfections with the quilting.  My version is a bit different from Bonnie's.  I used a different block for the last full pieced border.  One because I didn't really like Bonnie's version and two, the Four X Star block has a lot fewer pieces. By the time I got to that point, I was ready to just be done. 

One of my "rules" for Bonnie's mystery quilts is that the fabric has to come from the stash.  The black with the colored flowers has been in the stash for years, so it was the first pull.  The other goal for Unity was to use a color palette that was new to me.  That's how the yellow and green were selected.  This quilt has always made me think of sun flowers, so that's what I stuck with as the name (the Latin version)

The green made such a good frame for the rest of the quilt that I stuck with that for the binding. 

The backing was purchased during one of Connecting Threads end of year sales. 

The photo doesn't convey the colors really well, but it does show off the quilting.  Since this quilt had so many piecing problems I told Trudy to keep it simple.  

Unity wasn't one of my better executed projects, but I learned a ton.  I will be rejecting any background fabrics that ravel very badly.  That's one reason why it took me forever to finish this project. I tried early on to fix some of my piecing problems, but the background fabric didn't take well to being unstitched and then restitched.  I had to replace a few pieces of background during that process.  Then clean up of the top was really a nightmare due to all the loose strings on the back.  Even with all the problems, I'm happy with the finished quilt and very glad to have it off the UFO list.  

Linking up with Design Wall Monday and Patchwork & Quilts.  

Sunday, September 24, 2023

Stitching Stuff: Week 37 of 2023

There is just one week left in September. I'm not ready for it to be October.  The end of the year will come up really fast.  With that in mind, I'm trying to make my sewing time count.  I did pretty well on that front this week. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
  • 15 minute days/Sept = 23/23 days
  • 15 minute days/2023 = 229/266 days
  • Success rate = 86.09%

My goal was to stitch at least 75% of the time, so I'm doing well on that front.  There is a lot of holiday and family stuff going on the next 3 months. Sewing time may be scarce for a few weeks here and there, so I'm glad to have a bit of a buffer going into the holiday season.  

How are you doing on getting in your stitching time? 

1. Gretchen
2. Julie in GA
3. maggie f
4. Karen
5. DonnaleeQ
6. Melisa- Pinker n Punkin Quilting
7. Shasta @ High Road Quilter
8. Frédérique
9. Quilting Gail
10. Deb in Canada
11. Andrée at Quilting & Learning

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Saturday, September 23, 2023

Week 88 Photo Challenge: Floating

The weather here has been more spring like then fall like this week, at least in terms of the magnitude of the thunderstorms that have rolled through the last couple of days.  But the storms have brought cooler weather and higher winds.  Oklahoma is known for being windy, but during the hottest days, we had almost no wind this summer.  Wind and water were dominate subjects for this week's challenge. 

My photos this week covered both wind and water.  In my case wind won out. 

Kate: Floating Past the Sun

We'd had storms overnight into the morning on Friday. But both the sky and radar seemed to indicate they were passed.  I ventured out on my typical morning walk. Not more than 5 minutes after this photo, I realized just how dark it was to the north and west. Then there was this incredible lighting strike and thunder boom. I didn't get my usual 2 miles in, but I more than made up for the shorter distance in intensity.  You do not want to be the tallest thing around when it's lighting.  

My Guy went the water route with his photo for the week.  

My Guy: Flotilla

The wind picked up and the sky cleared up by sunset.  It was definitely a nice evening for a nice group paddle in the lake.

Grad Girl, as usual, picked a very different subject for her challenge photo. 

Grad Girl: Density Differences


Grad Girl is a big fan of ramen. This is one of her rare non-lab photos, but I couldn't resist keeping with the science theme for the title.  I can't tell if this is from dinner out or if it's one of her ramen bowls she fixes at home.  She had a pretty stressful week, so I'm wouldn't be surprised if she reached for some comfort food.  Her kitty wasn't feeling well early in the week, plus she's got pending grant deadlines on top of research projects.  I do not miss graduate school (or working for that matter).  

This week's challenge is pretty much wide open for any number of subjects.  


Grad Girl responded to the text with "Ooo, ok I have ideas".  So next week should be pretty interesting.  

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

To Do List for the Week of 9/19/2023

Hard to believe that more than half of September is in the books.  Looking at what's on my calendar, the end of the year will come really quickly.  Consequently my to do lists are getting longer.  Last week's list was up to six items, which makes it harder to check off the entire list.    

To Do List for 9/12/2023

1. Unity (Helianthus): Make label, binding, finish - progress

2. Macaron Mystery: Prep quilt top for quilting - no progress

3. Scrappy Butterflies: Finish top assembly 

4. Malted Mystery: Continue to work on clue 3 

5. Wild and Goosey: Make 2 teal blocks - progress

6. Chilhowie: Continue as leader and ender 

Three check marks with progress on 2 others is really not a bad week at all. My goal is to just keep projects moving closer to finished.  With that in mind, this week's list is going to look pretty similar.  

To Do List for 9/19/2023

1. Unity/Helianthus (Bonnie Hunter): Finish quilt, photograph


Three corners of the quilt are stitched down. Just one more long side to that fourth corner.  I'm excited to finish Unity. It was one of those projects that I just struggled to get moving on. A lot of that was due to where I was mentally last year.  I'll be glad to mark this one off the to do list.  The plan is to get photographs over the weekend and give Unity it's own blog post on Monday.  

2. Macaron Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Prep top for quilting.

This was on last week's to do list, but I'd forgotten just how much effort goes into finishing off a quilt, so I choose to focus on Unity and Scrappy Butterflies to move those to finished quilt and finished top respectively.  Unity should be finished today, so I can concentrate on getting the next project out for quilting so there will be a finish for next month.  

3. Scrappy Butterflies (self designed): Finish adding border(s)

I'm still undecided on the border(s) for this quilt.  It's already larger than I wanted, but finishing out the Irish Chain pattern really makes the quilt.  My EQ file shows three borders, but that may become just one.  I'd really like to keep the size down on this one.  

4. Malted Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Continue to work on clue 3

One set of HSTs have been finished and the second set of HSTs is in progress.  The Sister block is almost finished.  Next up is the Plus blocks.  I'm on track to be ready for clue 4 when it comes out next month.  

5. Wild and Goosey (Bonnie Hunter): Make 2 teal blocks

I started one block last week, but didn't quite get it finished.  The goal is to make what I can each month to move this project along.  I've not decided yet if this project will become a focus for next year or if it will stay a make a few blocks a month project.  I have older rainbow scrap projects that are closer to finished then this one.  So those may be the focus for next year.  

6. Chilhowie (Bonnie Hunter): Continue as leader and ender project

Block 7 is still under construction, but it's coming along. Hopefully it's a finish by the end of the month.  That leaves just 2 more to finish. I doubt I have this quilt assembled before this year's mystery gets started, but having the blocks done means a quicker finish for next year.  

So another long to do list for this week.  Fingers crossed I can check off most of them before next week's post. Linking up with The Quilt Schmilt: For the Love of Fabric for this week's To Do Tuesday.  

Monday, September 18, 2023

Moving Along

It's not quite autumn here, the highs have been in the high 80s, lower 90s. But it's amazing how much of a relief that is from the 99+ days we had for most of the summer.  Unfortunately our autumns, and springs too, seem to last for only a week or so before we go on to the next extreme.  I'm not ready for winter.  

The lower temps have made the sewing room much more bearable in the afternoons, I don't have to turn down the air conditioning to work now. Which means I have been spending a lot more time in the sewing room.  This week the focus was to get all the blocks for the Scrappy Butterflies project sewn together. 


I'm happy with how the final layout worked out.  Getting the borders added is the next step.  The goal is to have a finished quilt top by the end of the month. 

Once Scrappy Butterflies was assembled, the rest of last week was spent on moving Unity (Bonnie Hunter) closer to finished.  The label was printed, rinsed and framed with fabric.  The binding was assembled, pressed and sewn to the quilt.  Now comes the hand sewing. 


Unity is a larger quilt than I normally make, it's 108" long.  So there will be a lot of hand stitching on this one.  I managed to turn 2 corners yesterday.  Fingers crossed I can finish the hand stitching today. Unity will be my first finish since May of last year. 

Linking up with Design Wall Monday and Patchwork & Quilts.  

Sunday, September 17, 2023

Stitching Stuff: Week 36 of 2023

September is already more than half over.  I'm not really ready for that at all.  Even though it's half gone, it's been a good month on the finding time to stitch front, even with a busier than normal week. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
  • 15 minute days/Sept = 16/16 days
  • 15 minute days/2023 = 222/259 days
  • Success rate = 85.71%
There was one day this week I just barely got in my time and that was the day I went to the stained glass class with some of my work buddies.  It also happened to be gym day, which puts me back at the house a little late in the afternoon.  But I did get in a bit of stitching time before I left.  The class was fun, but I'm not going to trade in my rotary cutter for a glass cutter.  I learned to solder as an undergraduate, but man that was years ago.  With a refresher on that front and a bit of help, my stained glass pumpkin turned out mostly OK. 

Not sure what I'm going to do with this, probably hang it in my sewing room window as part of my fall decor. 

How was your stitching week?  Did you get sidetracked by other fall activities or did you get lots of sewing room time in?  

1. Gretchen
2. maggie f
3. Karen
4. DonnaleeQ
5. Andrée at Quilting & Learning
6. Melisa- Pinker n' Punkin Quilting
7. Deb in Canada

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Saturday, September 16, 2023

Wek 87 Photo Challenge: Rust

We've finally seen some cooler temperatures this week. It's been almost chilly during my morning walks.  Grad Girl hasn't seen the lows we have, but at least the bake oven temps have backed off a bit in Texas as well.  The lower temps made it a lot more pleasant to look farther afield for this week's challenge photo. 

Rust is really common. I didn't think there was any rust around the house, that was a wrong assumption.  Even though I found some fun photos around the house, in the end I went with a photo taken during one of my walks.  

Kate: The Texture of Rust

This macro shot is of the peeling paint on one of the walking trail bridges in town.  I like the color contrast and the texture.  The week I've been playing around with a macro lens that I found in my camera bag, but hadn't ever used. My Guy gave it to me for Christmas last year I think.  It's fully manual, so you really have to pay attention to all the settings, but it has great optics so you get really good pictures when you get those settings right.  

My Guy also went with a subject he found on one of his walks. 

My Guy: Oil Patch Rust

This is a common site around the state of Oklahoma, old and rusted oil field pumps. These old pumps live at one of the scrap yards here in town.  You don't see the active ones as much anymore as many of the fields have been pumped out.  

Grad Girl said she had this one covered when I sent her this week's card.  But she ended up going in a different direction then she expected. 

Grad Girl: Oxidized Product

Grad Girl photographed some cool rust colors from her experiments.  These are NMR tubes.  NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry) is a technique that provides information on the chemical structure of the molecules.  She uses data from this technique to determine if she synthesized what she intended.  

That's it for last week's challenge. This week's challenge could go in so many directions.  

I could tell My Guy is already formulating possibilities for this week's photo.  No telling what we'll all come up with for this prompt.  

Tuesday, September 12, 2023

To Do List for the week of 9/12/2023

Where did the last week go?  I worked in my stitching time each day, but it wasn't enough to check off all the items on my to do list. 

To Do List for 9/5/2023

1. Macaron Mystery: Prep back for quilting ✔

2. Scrappy Butterflies: Finish border blocks, finish assembly - progress

3. Wild and Goosey: Make 2 blocks - no progress

4. Malted Mystery: Start on clue 3 

5. Chilhowie: Continue as leaders and enders ✔

Three out of 5, with progress on the 4th to do item isn't a bad week. I didn't get my typical nothing but stitching day on Sunday.  So that definitely played into how things worked out with last week's list.  

I'm signed up for a stained glass class tonight with some friends from work, so I probably won't get in much stitching time today, as it's gym and Walmart day as well.  I should be able to manage good sessions the rest of week. Well assuming I don't come down with the flu.  My niece was at my sister's birthday party on Sunday. She'd lost her voice, due to what she thought was allergies, but she tested positive for the flu yesterday.  She wasn't sneezing or coughing, so fingers crossed she didn't spread flu germs to the rest of us.  At any rate, here is the to do list for this week. 

To Do List for 9/12/2023

1. Unity (Bonnie Hunter): Print label, make binding, finish

The color palette used in Unity has always reminded me of sunflowers. So the Latin genus for sunflowers, Helianthus, seemed to be a good name for this quilt.  I need to decide which fabric I'm using for the binding, but that's probably going to be dictated by what fabrics are left over more than anything.  

2. Macaron Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Prep top for quilting

The back has been pressed and all the loose threads (which just seem to be everywhere in my sewing room) have been removed.  Fingers crossed I can get the top prepped so it can go out for quilting before the end of the month.  My goal is to finish at least one quilt a month for the rest of the year.  

3. Scrappy Butterflies (self designed): Finish top assembly

All the border blocks are finished. The top 4 rows and bottom 3 are all sewn together.  That just leaves rows 5 and 6 to finish up.  Unity and Macaron are my priorities this week, so if I get any work done on the borders that would be great, but I'll be happy to have all the rows assembled by the end of the week.  

4. Malted Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Continue to work on clue 3. 

Clue 3 has a lot of stitching, 2 sets of HSTs, plus 2 sets of blocks.  Hopefully I can get the two older projects off the list so I can concentrate on finishing the clue before the end of the month.  

5. Wild and Goosey (Bonnie Hunter): Make 2 teal blocks

I may be reaching with this to do item, but I'll leave it on the list.  Any progress on this project this year is going to help move it along next year.  

6.  Chilhowie (Bonnie Hunter): Continue as leader and ender project

Block 7 is coming together, slowly. 

That's a big list for this week and I doubt I get to all of it.  But any progress is good.  Linking up with The Quilt Schmilt: For the Love of Fabric for this week's To Do Tuesday. 

Monday, September 11, 2023

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Before I start my Monday post, I always read over what I wrote for the previous week's post.  Some weeks all I can do is shake my head and wonder what was I thinking.  The plan was to get Scrappy Butterflies assembled last Monday.  Didn't happen, not even close.  It was a week of, wrong block in the wrong place. Tried to take it off the row, unstitched the wrong seam.  I did this not once, but twice on two different rows.  So all I have to show for my progress is this:


The pieces are all sewn back together, but there wasn't time to press them before we left for my sister's birthday party.  I'm hoping once I press the seams and put the rows back up on the design wall, all the blocks will be in the right places this time.  

The only other activity was to make a start on clue 3 for the Malted Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs) project. 

I've got all the background and fabric A pieces cut that are needed for this first piecing clue.  I've even got a start on the first set of HSTs.  There are a lot of steps in this first clue, like two sets of HSTs.  I'll have to stay on top of that this month if I hope to stay on track with the clues.  We'll see how that goes.  

Hopefully you had better luck with your design walls last week.  Linking up with the usual linky parties, Design Wall Monday and Patchwork & Quilts.  

Sunday, September 10, 2023

Stitching Stuff: Week 35 of 2023

I've already stared thinking about my quilting plans for next year. It seems a bit early, but the end of the year will be here before we know it. I'm really hoping to get in at least 4 finishes before the end of the year.  If my sewing stats continue like this I might just make that. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
  • 15 minute days/Sept = 9/9 days
  • 15 minute days/2023 = 215/252
  • Success rate = 85.32%

I've managed to get in 7 days for the last three weeks.  That may be challenging this next week as I've got places to be and people to see.

Speaking of seeing, I was on my way home from the gym and stopped to get my reward iced latte and saw this. 

You can clearly see daddy and mommy ape. If you look closely there are three little baby apes just behind mom.  Not sure where this little family is going, but it was just one of those things you don't see often.  

Hopefully you've been able to see the inside of your sewing room this week.  Link up and share how you've been doing on getting in some good stitching time. 

1. Gretchen
2. maggie f
3. Julie in GA
4. Frédérique
5. Karen
6. katie z.
7. Shasta @ High Road Quilter
8. Deb in Canada
9. Melisa- Pinker n' Punkin Quilting
10. Quilting Gail

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Saturday, September 9, 2023

Week 86 Photo Challenge: Splash

It's hard to believe we've been doing this photo challenge for over 2 years now.  It's been fun to see what we come up with each week.  I just finished putting together a photo book of the first 36 weeks.  It was fun to look back at those first few months. 

Enough musing,  on to this week's challenge. 

So not a hard to find subject, but it proved to be a difficult one to shoot all on your own.  I tried several different options, I'm not thrilled with any of the resulting photos, but this one was the best of the bunch. 

Kate: Not the Kitchen Sink

It's not as dramatic as the photos you'll see on line if you look up splash photos, so just a routine splash. 

My Guy's photo is looks more like what you'd see if you Google "splash photos". 

My Guy: Splash

He had some fun images this week, but this one was definitely the splashiest.  

Last weekend Grad Girl had a girl's weekend with some of her school buddies.   It was Labor Day weekend, so there definitely needed to be a beach day during the trip. 

Grad Girl: Splashing at the Beach

So of course splashing in the waves was going to happen.  I think this is the first non-lab photo in several months.  It's good she got out and about for a change.  

That's it for last week's photos.  This week's challenge is another common subject, so the challenge will be how to get a cool shot. 


Grad Girl has already noted that her research lab is in a building built in the 1920's. In her words "I got this covered." I have some thoughts, we'll see how those work out.  

Tuesday, September 5, 2023

To Do List for the Week of 9/5/2023

How was your Labor Day holiday?  We kept ours really low key this year.  I spent a lot of the weekend in my sewing room. Consequently I did really well on checking off all the items on last week's to do list. 

To Do List for 8/29/2023

1. Macaron Mystery: Continue piecing backing ✔

2. Scrappy Butterflies: Continue making border blocks, start assembly 

3. Wild & Goosey: Make 2 aqua blocks 

4. Chilhowie: Continue as leaders/enders project 

My goal is to make progress on my projects, so the items on my to do list are mostly just "keep working on" and not finish this step.  That does make it a lot easier to check off an item.  This week's to do list has more "finish" goals in it. 

To Do List for 9/5/2023

1. Macaron Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Prep back for quilting

I finished piecing the back for Macaron. It's not as cool looking as I thought it would be, but it's the back so that's OK.  Now it needs a good pressing and a good going over with a lint roller before packing  it up to send out.  

2.  Scrappy Butterflies (self design): Finish border blocks, finish top assembly


There are just two border blocks left to finish.  The top three rows are already sewn together and the bottom two are pinned ready for stitching when I get back to the sewing room this afternoon.  

3. Wild and Goosey (Bonnie Hunter): Make 2 aqua/teal blocks

I finished two and started cutting a few scraps for more.  I thought i had more teal scraps in my bins, but there's not many.  So I probably need to raid my fat quarters to improve the variety of scraps in the teal/aqua pile. 

4. Malted Mystery (Meadow Mist Designs): Start on clue 3

The first piecing clue comes out this Thursday. I'll have all month to finish the clue, but I'm hoping to get a good start on it this week.  

5. Chilhowie (Bonnie Hunter): Continue as leaders and enders

Block 7 of 9 is under construction.  This has been slow going, but at least there has been steady progress on this project all year.  I'm hoping that all the blocks are finished by the time this year's mystery comes out.  

That's my list for this week.  Linking up with The Quilt Schmilt: For the Love of Fabric for this week's To Do Tuesday

Monday, September 4, 2023

A Kaleidoscope of Butterflies

Someone shared recently that a group of butterflies is known as a Kaleidoscope. I'm sorry I don't remember who shared it, but I think it's a very fitting moniker for those colorful creatures.  It's very high in the running for the name of what I've been calling scrappy butterflies.  

The top and bottom border rows are sewn together. The top border and the next two rows are sewn together.  I've been working on assembling the bottom two rows of blocks.  The final two pieced side border blocks are under construction.  I'm happy with how this has come together.  The setting is self designed and there's always the chance my plan won't work. Thankfully this one has.  

Since today is a holiday, it will be another nothing but stitching day.  I'm hopeful that by the end of today, all the rows will be assembled and I will have started on the final borders. I also finished assembling the backing for another project.  I'm crossing my fingers that by the end of today, I'm back to looking over my 2023 quilt plan to decide what goes back on the active WIP list.  

Linking up with Design Wall Monday, Patchwork & Quilts and Oh Scrap.    

Sunday, September 3, 2023

Stitching Stuff: Week 34 of 2023


Hard to believe it's already September. We won't see cooler weather, for us that doesn't really happen until October in our part of the country.  We are hoping that the 100 plus days are mostly gone, though the forecast for next week shows highs just short of 100 F several days next week.  That will mean the sewing room will win out over the yard work that needs to happen before winter sets in. I'm good with that.  This week was another good week on the stitching front. 

  • 15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
  • 15 minute days/Aug = 29/31 days
  • 15 minute days/Sept = 2/2 days
  • 15 minute days/2023 = 208/245 days
  • Success rate = 84.9%

After our date day on Friday, we don't have any other firm plans for the holiday weekend.  We may go on a hike in the morning, before it gets too warm.  Other than that, I'm hoping to get in some decent stitching time tomorrow.  

Do your plans for the holiday weekend include some stitching time?  

1. Gretchen
2. Julie in GA
3. maggie f
4. katie z.
5. Karen
6. DonnaleeQ
7. Melisa- Pinker n' Punkin Quilting
8. Andrée
9. Frédérique
10. Quilting Gail
11. Deb in Canada
12. Jennifer in Indy
13. Amanda

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