What I’m Working On…

The past four or five days have happened without a sewing machine.  It doesn’t mean I don’t have a working one…it just means that life has been a little too demanding with other things-most of which were all good.  I’ve had kids and family home and that’s one of the few things I’ll trade in sewing time for.

Saturday Hubby and I went to Menards…I pinned and worked on Kelli’s Double Wedding Ring quilt all the way there.


DWR-1

I haven’t said much about this project but I have been sewing on it in between all the other projects I’ve been working on.

DWR-2

All of the pieced arches are sewn and now I am starting to sew them onto the melons.

As far as Celtic Solstice…don’t ask.  I haven’t touched it since last week and that has me a little worried.  I hate getting behind.

CS

If memory serves me right, Bonnie has been known to give out a clue for New Year’s Day.  That means I really need to get trucking along if I am going to keep up…maybe tomorrow…but honestly, probably not tomorrow either.  I have lots of blog work to do….Oh, I am just behind on everything.  I have loved spending time with the family and friends but I’ll be okay once life settles back down to a quiet normal.

To see what others are working on check out Patchwork Times and Quiltville.

Check out college options here

6 thoughts on “What I’m Working On…

  1. Mary C in WA

    Family is the only thing that motivates me to CLEAN my house. I enjoyed what little time I had with them here. I hope the next clue has us start making BLOCKS. I’m afraid there is one more block part to make.

    Reply
  2. Vivian

    It’s way too easy to get behind on quilt-along projects, like Bonnie’s mysteries. The holiday season takes so much of our time and attention, whether we’re driving or hosting or just staying put quietly.
    I’m with Mary C (comment above). Family coming for a visit is the only thing that gets me away from my sewing and quilting and pushes me into cleaning mode. It always seems to be a mad rush. My heart is NOT into cleaning.
    I love the colors you’ve chosen for your Celtic Solstice. It’ll be a dramatic quilt.

    Reply
  3. Judy

    I am almost finished with clue #3, so I am much more behind than you. I have to go back to work on Jan. 6, so I hope to get caught up by the end of this week. If Bonnie gives a clue on Jan. 1, I am in trouble.

    Reply
  4. Jo

    Don’t stress about the mystery quilt. The holidays take priority, and a lot of us fall a little behind. Your units are looking so good so far!

    Reply
  5. tammy k.

    don’t feel bad, i’m just now getting back to roll roll cotton boll, the mystery from a few years ago! i decided not to play this year because i have too many unfinished projects. but it really looks like a pretty quilt. will save the directions for another time.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *