Monday, May 28, 2018

Quilting Recap

It is Monday, so time for another recap of my quilting progress last week.  As you know, I have been trying to sew for 15 minutes every day, allowing myself the ability to catch up on missing days during the week.  Ever since I started that goal, it has (almost?) always been On Ringo Lake that took the stitching, and the two have always been intertwined. Talk about one, you are also talking about the other.

There was a break this week, since all of my time was spent reading the material for the crazy quilting class with Kathy Seaman Shaw, planning fabrics and embellishments and making the block.

I pulled these embellishments just to prove to Kathy that I had the material I needed for this class, but who are we kidding?  I could probably have supplied the whole class and still had leftovers.

On Ringo Lake was nowhere to be found this week. (Well technically the rows are draped on the ironing board which I can see every day, but beyond an apology or two, it didn't get any attention.)

So here are the final results of the week:

15 Minute sessions of stitching this week:  7 out of 7
15 Minute sessions of stitching this year:  133 out of 147 sessions
Success rate: 90%

I'm pretty sure I spent more than the minimum daily allowance, and therefore the success rate should have budged up, but no, it is time for humility and the rate stayed the same.

Linked to:
15 Minutes to Stitch

A rose must remain with the sun and the rain or its lovely promise won't come true.
Ray Evans


Kaja said...

Those bits for the crazy quilt class look very promising!

Kate said...

Ooh pretty! Congrats on finding time to stitch. Sometimes you need to take a break from a project. You found a fun one to work on. Sorry to be so late in replying to last week's post. Thank you for linking up each week.