Quilting Week in Review

Does anyone lose weeks like I do? While raising children, I thought when they were all grown and out of the house, life would slow down. It didn’t. Or else it did and so did I along with it, so I didn’t notice.

This has been on my long arm for 2 weeks with no progress made. I couldn’t decide how to quilt it. I finally decided practicing straight lines in all directions with stars was a good as anything. It was quick, easy and done in less than an hour. So why did I debate for 2 weeks? 4-DSCN8236

Yesterday was Missouri Sewing monthly club and mini-retreat.

Getting ready, can you guess where we are headed:3-DSCN8230

What I was able to finish, don’t worry I’ll stick with quilting:2-DSCN8233

I found out that these were approved (no spoilers for this years quilt) to hang in my local library for Banned Book Week (check out Sandy’s or Tanesha’s blog for details):1-DSCN8055These are going in the mail to Jaye from Artquiltmaker this week but more on this later:1-DSCN8227Jaye does a post that lists her projects on a regular basis and Sandy from Quilting For the Rest of Us does one on her Craftsy class progress. I am trying to figure out a system where I can do the same so the things I want to do, don’t get lost as I keep adding new things. Yes, I keep adding new things (in my head). Maybe then, by the end of the week review would feel more satisfying.

So what have you worked on this past week?

On the Journey, Jackie