I waited an extra day to post the 15 Minutes to Stitch Recap so that I could incorporate today and finish out the year.
The settings of my blog somehow changed and the font looks smaller and the margins look bigger. When I tried to change the settings, the settings that show up in the editing process don't look like what the blog actually looks like. I have made the settings super big in the editing process, and hope it doesn't look as huge on your screen. Please let me know how it looks to you.
15 Minutes to StitchThis week, I have been quilting the Drunkard Path quilt. I sketched out a meandering plan and showed the picture of the plan to my sewing machine, since I learned that I had to do that last time. But it is a complicated meander - the finish of one S curve is supposed to be the start of the next one, and mostly it isn't working, but hopefully it isn't working consistently enough to look okay.
Since I don't want to change the thread for piecing, because my last sewing machine told me not to mess with anything when things are working, and because I don't want to use up my purple thread and don't want to use anything but white for the new quilts, I have just been cutting and pressing more pieces to get them ready. The black and white is for the ATC Holder and the yellow is for the Sunshine in Winter quilt. I like how the colors go so well with the kantha quilt I bought this month. I don't know which came first, but apparently this is my mood right now.
15 Minute sessions of stitching this week: 8 out of 8 (to incorporate the final day of the year)
15 Minute sessions of stitching this year: 312 out of 365 sessions
Success Rate: 85%
15 Minutes to Stitch Week 52. Thank you so much Kate for encouraging me every week.
I will continue stitching every day and start a new count for the new year.