Sunday, June 1, 2014

June Goals

Well, since I got so much done in May...



In June, I have two t-shirt quilts to finish off.

This one for a Half Fanatic/Marathon Maniac. I pieced the last two blocks this morning so tomorrow starts assembly!

And this one for my running buddy, Lori. Lori ordered the grid style, so it should go together fast. We just need to have a debate about how much I love her and might be willing to part with the best fabric ever from Korea.

{And she's going to point out that she sent fabric from Hawaii and kitty fabric scraps. Like that makes a difference.}

Other than that, I have a half marathon in Seattle. No biggie. I run those all the time. :P

And I should really get Ripples and Reflections fully cut and started. Or at least stop cutting in color order and start cutting for the first step. It's a BOM quilt with 11 months of steps and May 2015 is the deadline.

Crud, and something old. Um. I finally found the border pieces AND the top of Summer Drinks, so I can try to throw that together. {I'm totally not going to, but we can pretend for the sake of the linky, mmkay?}

And then other than the Cardinal Charms and Churn Dashes leader/enders, I'm not committing to anything else. Mostly because I need to start {gulp} prepping my lesson plans for sewing classes. You know, when the toddler isn't turning off the computer every three sentences. {WHO PUTS THE GLOWING POWER BUTTON ON THE TOP??}



  1. Um, that totally makes a difference <3

  2. If you have a toddler, no need for excuses - KNOW you're busy. Nice projects you're working on.

  3. Hopping over from LYOF goal setting, Please stop by my blog, I have a giveaway going on, To funny, I love what you said at the end and I put the same on the top of my blog before I read yours. LOL

  4. Running, a toddler, AND making quilts? Good for you. Great projects.

  5. I don't think it sounds too hard to get it all done - you can run the marathon and do a bit of hand piecing at the same time, can't you? ;0)

  6. Still not a bad month, there was at least some progress along with all the madness.

    Oh the joys of having a toddler. It too shall pass, not fast enough now, but it will seem all to fast in a few years.

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