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Saturday, February 22, 2014
February Goal Accomplished
I wasn't sure I would be able to accomplish my goal this month with the house in such a mess and the sewing room packed up and stored in the garage.
Everything is getting more disorganized and sawdust covered every day!
But, progress is actually being made. Only a few more days and I should be able to start cleaning and moving things back into all the bedrooms and the Sewing Room. I doubt I will be able to convince Sweet Adorable Hubby that the Sewing Room is the top priority though, when we have been sleeping on a mattress on the Living Room floor for the last 18 nights! This is what the Sewing Room looks like this morning --
It will be so nice when everything is back where it belongs, and I can find my sewing machine again. (Errr, I mean, when I can start cooking in that mess of a kitchen again!) That quilt in the background is covering a big pile of "stuff" and the bathroom (on the left) is completely full of fabric, etc. packed in plastic bags! When I saw how much fabric I have I decided I'd better start putting out more quilts than I have been. My stash looks like a lot less when it is stacked neatly in cabinets! My February goal with A Lovely Year of Finishes was goal #135, and I am happy to report that I did, indeed, finish it! I basted and hand-quilted my QRC quilt.
Still not ready to reveal the message, though. It needs binding first. I just hope I can get to my sewing machine before the end of March! I am linking up with the February Finishes Party -- at Fibre of All Sorts. Can't wait to see who else made their goal this month!
Hi. I'm Sandy. I grew up in a large family and all my life have wanted to be a mom and a gramma. My mother and my grandparents quilted (yes, even my Grampa!), so I inherited my love of quilting from them. As I raised and educated my children I didn't have a lot of time for anything else, but when they left home I got back into quilting in a big way. I would say I am passionate about it. (Oh, yah, and I am passionate about my husband, too......He told me to say that!)