Gosh, it just seems impossible that we turned the calendar to June today. I sure do welcome the warmer temperatures, the open windows (and the A/C, when needed!), the birds and flowers and blue skies. It's a gorgeous time of year.
Taking stock of the accomplishments of May, I find that I started stuff. And have plenty yet to finish. I guess finishing will have to be the work of June.
Early in the month I made the peach and gray baby quilt. It is still waiting to be quilted.
I spent a frazzled day or two fixing the border on All In A Row.
Then I cut out and began stitching Elisa's king-size gray quilt. It is still coming together.
I made Chock Full of Charm with some scrumptious French General precuts.
And I quilted. Lots and lots and lots of quilting.
I will continue to piece Elisa's big quilt, and hope to have the top together by the end of the month; perhaps I could even have some quilting done on it, too. I have decided that I will quilt it myself on the machine. I will explain how I think I will accomplish this as I approach the time to do it.
I will really work hard to have the 6-pointed star quilt off the frame and into its binding by the end of the month. It has been very satisfying work so far, and the finish is closing in - I can feel it!
Besides these plans for finishing in June, I have additional plans for starting more stuff! Starts are the next best thing to finishes, when it comes to quilts and quilting. I think I will organize my thoughts and bring you those in tomorrow's post.
Happy Quilting, Friends!