May Accomplishments and June Goals
Another month has passed where things didn't go as planned. I'm never disappointed by that. It just means that I found some higher priorities and the list can roll over to another month. This month I've also been dealing with some major tendonitis in my left hand so much of the work I wanted to do just couldn't be done. Doing crochet has come to a virtual halt. But it's getting better. I feel an end in sight.
Here were my goals for May:
3. Finish all the serger projects (pillowcases for the boys, walker caddies, and a dog bed)
5. Finish cutting out all of the veterans/donation quilt kits that I have planned, including doing something with the leftover safari fabric (I still have a couple more to cut out and then I'll be done)
6. Quilt more veterans quilts, I'm way behind (This is my major goal for the month! I got 8 more quilts quilted.)
All in all, for a 3 week month, I'm very happy with my progress.
My stats for the end of the month are:
Starting UFO 8
Finished YTD 3
Started YTD 2
Ending UFO 7
Other major projects - 1
Veterans quilts made -
Veterans quilts quilted - 28
Fabric Postcards - 14
Pet Beds - 6
Quilted for others - 2
Crochet blankets - 4
Crochet hats - 10
Doll outfits - 6
Placemats - 8
Pillows - 2
Donated items - 20
My goals for June are:
1. Get Club Noir pieced and give it a new name
2. Fix the longarm timing that I broke before vacation
3. Cut out the last 2 veterans quilt kits
4. Add the border to the vulture quilt
5. Start quilting the postage stamp quilt
6/2/2021 08:22:15 am
You are like me - you never think you got enough done! LOL!! That is a good list you have put together. My June list will include making that keyboard bag for my nephew, making some tote bags for the merchandise booth for another nephew for our first show June 11th, getting the trim installed in the living room, foyer, and two bedrooms along with the painting that will have to happen on the unfinished doors and jambs, and get the weeding done. That is just the tip of the iceberg.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.