I just love April, and here we are saying our farewells. It went by in a blur, most certainly. I began the month by cutting out several quilts - one erroneously - then off to Canter's Cave Quilt Retreat.
I finished All In a Row at quilt camp.
I finished Abby's bridal quilt top and it is at the quilter's. (No post on this yet; I will share after the wedding in June.)
I prepped Eventide for my May resolution and it is at the quilter's.
I began Molly's baby quilt.
I made pillow cases to match Abby's quilt.
I did quite a bit of mending for DH and DD2.
I had a sewing class day with Claudia in which we made zipper bags. I also sewed with Sharon and at Terry's, giving me lots of time at the machine.
That pretty much sums up my sewing activity. Other stuff took a bit of priority, too. The courses at OUC kept me with a steady stream of essays and finals to grade. Various events with our kids, family and friends, plus the normal stuff around the house that everyone knows must be done - all combined to keep me B-U-S-Y.
On top of it all, I managed to do more blogs this month than any so far in 2016, beating the January total by 1. I sort of set a goal for myself - attempt to write one every day. I don't often achieve that goal, but it keeps me on task.
Here is a collage of non-sewing things that have popped through my world in the last week.
What will May bring? I will definitely get the baby quilt finished. I should get both Abby's quilt and Eventide bound. I'd like to make more blocks for the Best of All quilt - the one I cut erroneously.
And I must try to get as much of another commissioned quilt done as possible - Elisa's king quilt.
I don't think I've mentioned it, but I have a t-shirt quilt waiting in the wings, too.
Staying busy. I like it that way. Off to a bridal shower!!
Happy Quilting, Friends!