Come on. I know I'm not the only one with a queue of clothes like this needing to be repaired. What? You keep yours in a pile?
I've got one of those, too. I just stuffed the pile in this bag.
I actually made a trip to Hancock's specifically to get thread to match these mending projects. Oh yeah. Now I remember; that's why I put the pile in the bag. I had to take the clothes with me when I went to Hancock's. Well, that trip was almost a year ago, so I really need to get on it.
I've been getting my house and my sewing space back in order after being out of town last week. I hope to hit the cutting mat tomorrow and show these projects some attention!
Summer Sampler Series Blocks:
- I've been making these to swap with the Austin Modern Quilt Guild for ourselves and for a donation quilt.
Rose Star Blocks:
- At least I finished a third one of these last week.
Storm at Sea Quilt:
- Its issues have me pushing this off to the back burner again.
That's all for Wednesday. On to Thursday! I'm linking up with Freshly Pieced, Sew Much Ado, and Someday Crafts.
Love your blocks! The colors are great. And the Storm at Sea Quilt is gorgeous! You really picked the right name for itReplyDelete
Love your blocks! I am guilty. Recently I went through the mending pile and the bag and the hanging stuff to discover I could consider half of it done. My kids had outgrown them. I felt better, my husband, not so much. LOL.ReplyDelete
what "issues" have you stalling out on the storm at sea quilt? just curious. everything looks great, i especially love the third rose star. just delightful!ReplyDelete
Your mending pile is slightly larger than mine, but I do have pieces of clothing that have been in the pile for almost a year. Yikes.ReplyDelete
Your block swap block looks great! I hope I can snag that one at the next meeting!
Maybe the guild forum can help you with your Storms at Sea issues. Or schedule a sewing day with a friend, sometimes those problems just need a fresh set of eyes, and some time to talk through it.