Sunday, January 27, 2019

My Quilting Week


I've been cutting up scraps of fabric and applique pieces for most of this year, so when I finally got to sit down at a sewing machine and quilt the Vintage Holiday quilt, I tell you, it was just bliss.  I even forced myself to take a break midway to allow myself time to savor it.  I didn't realize how much I missed sitting in front of the sewing machine!

I decided not to birth it and still need to bind it, but since I missed the deadline for Project Quilting, I'm wondering if I should move on to the next quilt with a deadline - the improv rail fence, so that maybe it gets done close to its deadline!

Week 4 of 15 Minutes to Stitch


This week, I cut up some more scraps, but most of my week was spent making the Vintage Holiday quilt.

15 Minute sessions of stitching this week:  7 out of 7
15 Minute sessions of stitching this year:  27 out of 27 sessions
Success Rate: 100%


Linked to:
15 Minutes to Stitch
Moving it Forward Monday

7 comments:

Nancy in NV-wheres the dude at blogspot said...

I love it! Great quilting!

Kyle said...

A good week!

Susie Hoover said...

I too am always surprised at how much I miss my sewing machine when there's a stretch of time that I'm away from it. It truly is therapeutic. Great job on the quilting!

Preeti said...

I see red everywhere. On Julie's blog, on the RSC blocks for January and now here. The scarves flying in the air are so cute and awesome. I love the dog. He is running so fast as if he is on fire!!!

Nancy said...

Your Vintage Holiday Quilt (or is it a pillow?) is just delightful. I love the red people and letters on the white snow and the red background behind the white trees and houses. It's the perfect thing to work on in the winter!

Kate said...

Love your Vintage Holiday project. Red is such a fun color to stitch with, especially when it's dreary outside. You've done very well with finding time to stitch this year. Hope this week has been as good. Thanks for linking up this week.

Barb said...

Love this little winter quilt. Your quilting looks great