Last week, before heading to Alaska, I set a few goals. I hit one of them. I finished the little green piece for our Sew Eclectic Design Board Challenge. It's the one inspired by Barbara Daniel's board.
Goal #2, to work on the quilt-for-hire, went by the wayside.
My sewing table is a mess. Come Sept 1, I will focus on that quilt. My intent is to finish it before touching anything else...come Sept. 1.
In the meantime, the Thimble Towne Challenge is due August 31, at 2pm. I've quilted less than half of it. I'm quilting it by hand. I need to step it up desperately, if I'm going to get it in on time. The winner will receive 20% off all purchases for a year. Another winner will receive a $200 gift certificate. Dangle those in front of me, and I'd call it good incentive!
The one thing that I did, that was not on my list of goals for the week, was to prep a few surfboards. I needed something small to work on, as I sat in the airports. The trip to Alaska takes a while, and involves layovers that last longer than it takes to run from one terminal to another. I came home with these, all stitched and ready for the next step. Six down, 19 to go. I need to go on another Hawaiian shirt hunt. I'd like to find some with vivid color. Like orange. Or red. :)
Stay tuned. The next goal is to finish the Thimble Towne Challenge, and I've got less than a week to meet it.
Have a great week! I'm off and stitching!
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