So a new sheet was printed off and I began to fill in the projects in the "Active Projects" section. I listed:
- 9 patch
- Rainbow Scrap Challenge
- Rest of the Circles
- Batik blocks
- String blocks
Oh, no....more projects than I like to have in the sewing room. Then I reconsidered.....three of them are leader/ender projects that will carry on for a while. That leaves the 9 patch, bargello, and the rest of the circles to finish up. That sounds a lot more doable for me.
Then to plans for the month.....
- quilt 2 table runners
- layout and assemble the 9 patch blocks;
- Border the rest of the circles and piece the backing;
- make the on-going blocks batiks, strings, and rainbow blocks.
And there are the basic plans....a good variety and broken into small sections. Some days I can only find an hour or so to sew, so having some small on going things satisfies me. When I am ready to tackle more, I have quilts to assemble, or prep, or add those dreaded borders or bindings to. This works for me.
One thing to share that came across my view........Sew Some Love linkup. Jo, a follower shared this with me. Kat is doing a weekly link up to share our charity projects. She says that anything we are doing out of the goodness of our hearts for someone can be shown and shared. She also has begun a local love project called Covered in Love. She has a wonderful story of how we can help. And there is a monthly Block Drive for these quilts....here you can find the pattern.
I know the effort it takes to create and present such a project, so I wanted to be sure and spread the word and get her some help. I think I can fit in a few blocks for the month:)