One Monthly Goal for May….

I am still not quite 100% after getting pneumonia, however I did manage to go near my studio and determine what my May monthly Goal would be.  I am at about 70%.  Back to work, but by the time I get home, I am totally done.  It gets slightly better each day, but at this slow rate, Ugh….

So, my daughter Haley laid this out for me.  She sometimes like to think of her self as the “Designer”  These are from Mini charm packs.  I love them and usually use them for my English paper piecing, but I had multiple of the same ones.  So, I decided that I would make a smaller piece.  mostly because I want to try to make a scalloped border.  I have never done it before and bought one of those fancy scalloped border rulers.  I figured this would be the perfect thing to try it on.

My goal is to sew together all the little tiny pieces for the center.  I also need to get them off of my design wall so I can put something else up there.

I do have to admit, the One Monthly Goal does prevent me from being a total slacker or letting my quilting ADD take over.

 

Happy Sewing

Happy Quilting

Treasure your Family

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14 thoughts on “One Monthly Goal for May….

  1. I’ve come to the conclusion that Quilter ADD is a real thing, not just significant to me. Glad you are feeling better and I have a feeling the more you sew, the better you will feel!

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  2. Good luck!
    I tend to excede most of my sewing goals, so I’d have to have a 3 week goal to finish one on a month! I think it took me 3 weeks to do a Jelly roll race quilt. It was ugly. I had to sneak up on it, just to sew it.

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  3. That seems like a great project for practicing a scalloped border. Haley didn’t get colors bunched up, so I’m thinking she did a good job. I’m curious if you are going to sew in rows or make nine-patches and then sew those in rows. Or …?

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  4. Well, glad you are feeling a bit better. I’m not good with Challenges or deadlines. I think because I had them all my life in my work world that I resist them in my retired life. But I continue to stitch, at my assigned pace.
    xx, Carol

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