#1 - The Central Park Urban Lattice quilt - it's done! The quilt part, at least. The duvet aspect still needs a tiny bit of work, but I'm still thrilled that it's almost done. You can read more about it here. It's sitting on my dresser now, needing to go through the wash, and it still makes me happy looking at it.
#3 - Finish Joshua's quilt - it's done! You can read more about it here. He's been sleeping with the quilt every night and nap since I finished it. Seeing your quilts in action is one of the better feeling as a quilter. And that it's your cute-as-a-button little one makes it that much sweeter.
here. This Secret Garden fabric worked out so nicely, and as a bonus, the skirt even fits. And I successfully put in my second zipper ever. Whew.
#5 – And in a crazy, unprecedented bout of productivity, I actually snuck in a bonus project. I know – I was floored too. A friend is having a baby shortly, and three of us got together and made her a baby quilt. I pieced the top, Amy basted and quilted, and Teri bound. I love dividing and conquering. And this makes up for the complete fail on #2, right?
And on to June -
#1 - Make another skirt - I have the pattern, fabric, and if everyone can stay healthy, I have a sewing date with Amy for tomorrow night to get started. It's one of her semi-famous tiered skirt. I'm very excited.
#2 - Make an apron - For the same pioneer trek for which I'm making/made the skirts, I need an apron. Boring, but necessary. Blah. I'm thinking Kona Medium Gray with the fabric from the skirts for the pockets? We'll see how motivated I get.
#3 - Work on something else. It could be the snowball Verna quilt I just started for myself, a quilt for my husband, or the second Central Park Urban Lattice Quilt. I'll be happy with progress on any of the above.
There it is - my month in review, and my goals for this month. It seems I use my sewing machine more than I think. And that's awesome.
So what about you? What are your plans for June? And go check out all the other completions for this month!