Saturday, May 30, 2015

Closing Out May


I had a simple list for May so I could enjoy May For Me - my birthday month.  First up was my Let's Book It project - the simple one block wonder.  It was also used for my second list item - Slow Stitching Sunday.  I did the dreaded needleturn applique and the quick large stitch quilting.

To celebrate May For Me I took part in the SewMaMaSew and held a week giveaway - having you all celebrate my month really was a pleasure.  And I had the pleasure of being a guest blogger for Hands to Help



The third and last thing on my list was RSC15 - I made all my RSC15 GREEN blocks thru the month.  I still have a LOT of green!!


I had the pleasure of fitting in a random act of kindness and did up a doll quilt with little dolly for a surprise gift for a friend.


And I finished the Batik 'Island Chain' quilt.  A lot of straight line quilting - very time consuming but such a great affect.


With a simple month, I realized I needed to some clearing out.  Remember the dumped fabrics?  Well they got sorted into 4 piles of possibilites.


The greens and yellow went into a simiple log cabin baby quilt and I added some giraffes from a scrap I had tucked away.


They are easier to see here.  I used a simple 'ribbon' quilting across the quilt and raw-edge stitched around the giraffes and then echoed .


The dark plaids and wovens went into a bow tie quilt.  I have the first border on here - actually I have the outer border on it now too, but it is huge and hard to display.  I am going to send this to a long armer on Tuesday.

The other two quilts - one is at the binding stage and one is at the row assembly stage.

I had a grand May and look forward to June - Middle of the Year.

Sewingly yours,
Sharon
**linking up with Oh, Scrap**

12 comments:

  1. Oh, my. And that's your idea of a simple month? I'm exhausted just looking at all the pictures!
    What a big bunch of pretty you've made!

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  2. Wow, so many projects completed, that is amazing to me. I too look forward to seeing what you accomplish in June.

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  3. LOLLLLLLLLL your closing out May and I never opened it. Great work.

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  4. You had a very productive month, Sharon.

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  5. Hi Sharon wow lots of stunning work there my friend,you truly amaze me with your finishes,well done .xx

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  6. You had a great month! i am so envious. I love the baby quilt with the added appliques....way too cute. The batik one is fabulous too!

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  7. Wow Sharon-you really got a lot done this m month. I adore plasmids so you can guess which ones are my favorites. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

    And Happy Belated Birthday!

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  8. You had an excellent May! A good mix of projects, both stitching and blogging.

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  9. Really this is a simple month. Aw but if you enjoyed the month then that's all that counts. Happy belated birthday.
    Love the little giraffe quilt and the bowtie. Great projects

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  10. Love your little four patch!!! Thanks for rejuvenating!

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  11. So much eye candy here, Sharon. The doll quilt is just the sweetest and I love how you added the giraffes to the baby quilt.

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  12. What a lovely set of quilts! The giraffes are adorable, and I love what you did with the stripes on the back and the binding.

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