The original list looks something like this:
1 - Green and Yellow quilt for H2H Completed and mailed
2 - 1600 Jelly Roll quilt for H2H Completed and mailed
3A - Small zip purse Completed and delivered
3B - Another small purse Completed and delivered
3C - A third zip purse Completed and delivered
4 Tailor a pair of pants for a friend Completed
5 - Bind the Swoon Quilt Completed and delivered
6 - Bind the Granny Square quilt for my Sister Not even touched
7 - Finish Log Cabin Blocks Not even touched
8 - At least 1 Harrison and Hannah block Not even touched
Additions to the list
9 - Large Carry All for a friend Completed and delivered
10 - Red, White & Blue blocks for Beth at Completed and mailed
http://lovelaughquilt.blogspot.com/ for a quilt for her local VA Hospital
11 - My traveling socks Did a couple of inches
This was a great idea and mostly kept me on target so a Big Thanks to Amanda Jean.
I did have a couple of issues that got in my way. First and foremost is that the last 3 items on the original list had no deadlines other than this Sew Along. Not enough of a pull when these other things presented themselves.
Beth put out a request for 12 inch Red,White and Blue blocks that she would put together for her local VA Hospital. Got 3 of them whipped up and in the mail and forgot all about taking photos of them.
A friend asked if I could whip up a Carry All like the one I made for my sister last summer only larger. The picture above is of my sister's bag. I used the same prequilted fabric and made the new bag about 3 inches wider and 4 inches taller and with lots of interior pockets. Gave it to her and yet again forgot to take a picture.
Then last but not least we went away for the last few days of the month and out came the traveling socks. I generally keep a small bag in my tote that contains yarn, my circular needle and pattern for a pair of socks. Over the course of the year I generally get a pair done while on the road. I did a couple of inches of the top of the second sock this trip. I'm ready to turn the heal. I will probably finish the heal before I toss them back into the suitcase. The heal takes a bit of concentration that I don't generally have when I travel.
So that's my month in review. I'm rather proud of my accomplishments.
If you are new to my blog you can see most of the completions fo the month by scrolling through my postings for the month.
Thanks for stopping by.