How time flies! Didn’t I just take my blog offline to get it up to date for the GDPR (German: DSGVO). But actually my last blogpost was already more than a month old when I did that. Now another two and a half months have past. I managed to stay a bit more up to date on Instagram but even there I am “off routine” and I really hope that I can finally get back to my #30minssewingdaily and more regular blogging.
So my first course of action in August is catching up. I desperately need to take stock and remember where I left each project.
Let’s start with the good things in my way too late version of: Progress Q2 and Proposed List of Finishes Q3
#patchworkforest Christmas Quilt
Of course there is no blog post because of the blogging hiatus but I added it to the gallery. If you missed the Instagram pictures you can catch up here
Six Couch Pillows for Dad
Same as above, you can catch up in the Gallery here
Projects with Progress made
I plan to write more indepth posts about the progress of my main WIPs soon. Here is the short version.
No. 1 – Technocolorgalaxy
Totally changed track :)
Baby quilt sized, improv top finished.
No. 4 – EADS Quilt
Working on the blocks.
Last I checked, I had 45/165 blocks finished.
Projects without Progress
No. 10 – Grete – A Wallet
No. 11 – Four Patch Quilt
Somewhere in between I started a “new” project. Well, let’s be correct and specify that it is new to this list.
Actually it is one of my oldest projects ever. In the beginning of my quilting adventures, I intended to sew an Indian Orange Peel by Karen Stone. Gasp…
Well, I finished the big four patches and maybe one peel. Years later I decided to change track to just keep the four patches and make a lovely quilt out of those. Well they were way to big so I cut them and sewed more four patches. Settled on a layout idea … and this is it’s current state.
I am still trying to keep to my “no starting something new” rule though I am deeply tempted by at least two ideas. With two finishes last quarter and just one old-new addition, my list got shorter and the projects moved nicely ahead. I am happy with that. So I am staying optimistic and hopefull for this quarter. I will jump right in and finish a few :)
And then it should be ok to start something new, right?