Darla, over at the Scientific Quilter, is hosting a March-a-long for the month of March. The challenge is to spend at least 15 minutes a day on a quilting related activity. The nice thing is that she's not insisting that it be productive - she includes shopping, reading magazines, etc. That's my kind of challenge
I didn't report last week, as I was away. We didn't get back until late Wednesday night, so this week will start on Thursday. And, sorry folks, it's not all that exciting.
Thursday: Washed all of the fabric that I bought on vacation.
Friday: Ironed all of the fabric that I bought on vacation. (The ironing is the easy part. The hard part is finding a place to store it! My sewing room is getting pretty stuffed!)
Saturday: I thought this would be a good day to get a start on quilting the Sand and Sea Glass quilt.
I lined up my backing fabric to see what would be the best way to piece it, and WHAT!!! There isn't enough! Then I remembered. I was going to use the 208 leftover hourglass units on the back. So, I started squaring up the hourglass units.
Sunday: I continued on squaring up the hourglass units. Man, there are a lot of them!
I've completed about half - so back to the sewing room I go, to finish off the rest.