Do you remember this post where I planned my summer vacation. These three weeks have gone so fast. Tomorrow I start working again.
Let’s check if I manage to do what I planned1. Organizing my sewing room.......again
Oh yes, I have done a lot of organizing in my sewingroom. Almost all the shelfs are being organized. I have throwed away a lot!! And it actually feels good.
Today everything in my WISP drawer was pulled out on the floor.
And now this drawer looks more inviting. Found some projects I had totally forgotten. Projects that can be finished in no time I think.
3. Quilt some more
4. And hopefully have some finishes
I have 8 finishes this month. Some small and some big. I am doing a happy dancing now. Never did I believe that I would manage to have so many finishes. So that just tells I have done a lot of quilting, and a lot of bindings too. With all the rain we have had this summer, a good place to be have been in my sewingroom.
5. So I can start some new projects
In that blue paperbag is all fabrics for project Antique Sampler. I know Sue Daley is coming back to Norway next year so it had been fun to show her this quilt. This time I will join one of her classes. I will be sewing this quilt together with my friend Bjørg and we will start in in a week or two.
We have had some sunny warm summerdays, like this weekend, and I have enjoyed some time out on the porch (finally) with my sewing, a good book and a nice glass of red wine.
9. And then there perhaps is time to organize my sewing room ..........again
I guess in a week or two I have messed up my swingroom and it is time to start organizing it again. But I guess I am not the only one having it this way LOL
10. Just have fun in my summer vacation
These three weeks have gone too fast. I have had a lot of fun, even though I have had to go to work some days (will get those vacation days later to spend). Been to the cabin with a dear friend (with our sewingmachines of course), had dear friends over for a visit, visited a quiltshop (and shopped of course), relaxed with my sewing and reading, watched good movies and read some great books.
Saying for today:
Much may be done in those little shreds and patches of time
which every day produces,
and which most men throw away.
~Charles Caleb Colton