I think the heatwave has finally stolen my sewjo – for these past few days I’ve just not really been feeling it. Clearly I need some torrential rain to clear the fug in my head! Or perhaps to not sew hundreds of wee squares together monotonously, that might have done it too… Anyway, I had a nice day in Killearn on Sunday even if I did only add on one more row of clams and then spent the rest of the time chatting, perusing other people’s books and passing on ‘handy’ tips to my neighbour ;o) How about you, are you a good summertime sewer or have you also lost the will?
Finishes This Week:
In Progress This Week:
Other than the clams (which I didn’t take a photo of) I decided I would cut and sew all the river and grass bits for my My Supersized Small World extension panel. I got the first two panels completed and sewn together, then did all the remaining river (barring one block that needs a decision on the building above) and almost all of the grass:
To Be Worked On This Week:
- New magazine project for Sew Now
- Video for an applique technique in time for a sew along in a couple of weeks
- Maybe a few more squares of grass
Have a great week all!
The heat wave we’re having has completely wiped out my sewjo. This week doesn’t look promising for the urge to work on any of the quilts in progress as the forecast is promising more of the same. Where’s the rain when you really need it? Good luck in meeting your goals. I’m not going to bother setting any as I’m sure it’s a waste of time. ;0)
Your ‘lawn’ doesn’t look as if it’s sufferd a heatwave! I’m sure it’ll grow this week. I love the colourful houses too.
Peer pressure….now I’m going to have to dig mine up and work on it again.