I am so glad that September is over. I have learned (the hard way) not to over book myself. BUT I did enjoy the adventure and companionship on those quilty journeys. And, I totally missed there was a designated 'season' change day. Here in the NorEast, you just go with Mother Nature - not the day on the calendar.
My goals for the month were small:
RSC15 - a month of a color I seldom use and actually bought fabric so I could play with my block making projects.
Slow Sunday Stitching was actually done on my weekend travels. Demonstrating hand quilting on that home spun star quilt and there is a tray of 'melon' (or you may know them as pumpkin seeds) blocks to demo needle turn applique.
Let's Book It was completed with this table topper - a small project that fit in with the busy schedule.
I did get in some pedal to the metal sewing time at our quilt guild's Sit and Sew day.
I think I got four more of the Heritage Star blocks done.
Got a late start on Kaaren Johnston's mystery quilt - it still looks this way.
And I tried to work on the Goosey blocks to keep up with the snippets - didn't get far with this one either. But this is a fun, long term project so I am not concerned.
Have you found yourself reviewing your projects? Changing the color fabrics and patterns to follow the changing season? Even the food has changed - fruits and veggies of the season leading to comfort foods. We've had some really cold nights and the hot chocolate came out to take the chill off.
And now I am thinking - when will the first day of snow come,