What have you accomplished this summer? Do you feel like being outdoors instead of inside sewing? Maybe you can sew while looking out the window, or even on a porch! I would get more done in the summer if I could do it near an open window.
I finished up a couple of projects I had going:
- Sewed top, layered and bound my aunt's blue quilt (quilted by my friend Suzi)
- Cut at least ten kits for the church quilting group (and recut the big squares for two after an error was discovered! Does that count as 12!)
- Made three sets of binding strips, sewn and pressed
- Hemmed three blouses of mine that fit but were too long
- Sewed about a dozen AG doll outfits
- Knitted five AG doll sweaters
- Repaired two stuffed dinosaurs and one piggy from Angry Birds
- Cleaned up and reorganized the church guild's storage cabinet, with help from Suzi, Bonnie and Shirley. Wow we're so organized now!
I also made another blankie for Miss A. She was over and helped me pick out squares to sew together. Then she picked out a border. After that we picked out a fleece that served as both batting and backing. She said if we did this, she would use it for sleeping and stop carrying around the ratty old blankie that she's been dragging everywhere for seven years.
Today she came over and was sleeping on the couch when I came downstairs for work.
With both blankies...