I kept my goal very simple for April for a great reason…I am happily sitting in a glider this morning at my son’s house enjoying vacation with family.
I will also be able to visit with my daughter and her fam during this vacation!
So, so happy!
My goal was to sew a pair of pajama bottoms. Done!
They are a little big, so will take in the seam allowances next time (Yes, I did this time, but not enough). They are also so soft and comfy. Love them!
I am linking up with OMG at Elm Street Quilts. It is inspiring and encouraging to see what projects others are making progress on!
“Keep your face to the sun and you will never see the shadows.” ―
Work hours have increased; it is time to get outside and play in the garden; and I do have vacation time coming. It is a lot to pack into the month.
So, I am going to keep this month’s OMG very simple, but even so, I am not sure that I can complete it.
I purchased this cute llama print a couple of months ago (or so).
When I get home from work, I love to get comfy in a t-shirt and pajama bottoms, so I intended to make pajamas with it.
I have the pieces cut out…all two of them. Ha, ha! Not even any pockets!
What is your OMG for April?
Let’s all link up with OMG at Elm Street Quilts. We can inspire and support one another as we work on our projects!
My OMG (One Monthly Goal) for March was to finish up a couple of quilts for the kitty to use when she is curled up in the human’s chairs.
I kept the quilting simple and it isn’t very tidy. I don’t think that will make a difference when these are washed.
I also don’t think perfection matters to the kitty.
Now all I have to do is to remember to remove kitty hair covered quilts before the humans have a seat!
I am linking up with OMG at Elm Street Quilts. It will be fun and inspiring to visit the other bloggers who have linked up, and see what they were able to finish for March.
I know the cat lovers (there are a lot of us) will appreciate my goal for this month.
I need some kitty quilts for my living room chairs (Or do they belong to the kitty?). She has her own beds (2 of them) and her own tower with another bed, but she would rather curl up in the chairs. I know that she likes a soft quilt, so it is past time to give her one or two of her own.
I am using this simple block:
There are several setting designs, depending upon how you turn the block.
I’ve chosen the following two settings:
These quilts will be 24″ when finished.
And that is the goal for March…to sandwich the tops, quilt them, and bind them.
I am linking up with OMG at Elm Street Quilts. It will be fun and inspiring to visit the other bloggers who have linked up and see what they are working on.
It is time to share how I did with my February OMG.
It is a great feeling to report that I accomplished the goal of quilting the Leavenworth quilt, and it is also bound and finished!
I don’t like the border that I finished the quilt with…I think the corners overwhelm the quilt. However, it has grown on me since I washed and dried the quilt. I wish I took a photo of that because it now has wonderful texture!
Finishing two large quilts (Sugar Town) in one month is a record for me! I really had to focus and manage my time, but it is worth it!
The photos aren’t great, but they are proof of reaching the goal line!
For more about this quilt, including lots of examples of virtual quilts made from the Leavenworth Nine Patch block, click here and here.
I am linking up with Elm Street Quilts OMG (One Monthly Goal). Click on the link to get inspired by more goal setters and their accomplishments!