Sunday, January 30, 2022

Monday Making

 


Boy it's been a while since I joined BETH.  I'm hoping a little bit of MOJO is coming back and I'm trying to make a better effort with my blog and visiting my blog community.


 I did get my 'move it along' project done.  I was going to add a white border around it, but I think I like it just as is.  And with my 'new' project done for the Polar Bear Plunge Hop, I now just have the 'finish' to get to.


Remember I am working my theme of THREE for each month.  One finish, one move it along, and one new.  This quilt is under the needle for the day.  We do have one day left in January and this is doable.  The binding hand stitching will certainly roll over into February.  Maybe by Ground Hogs Day which we are predicted to have sunshine and into the 40's - HEAT WAVE!


I know so many really got clobbered by Storm Kenan, so I won't whoop too loudly.  We got maybe an inch if that.  Yea, I peaked out the doorway for the photo as it was -2 degrees.   BUT with high winds all night and thru the next day, Sunday was a shovel/plow day of over a foot of snow.  How does that happen when there is just this little bit??????

Sewingly Yours, 

Sharon

13 comments:

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Minus 2 😯

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

Progress nice and steady! You are going to have a good 'fabric out' total for the Stashbuster Challenge!

Jeanna said...

I love the colors in your 'move it along' project. Stay warm!

Sherrie said...

Hi,
I really like the "move it along" quilt...it's awesome. As well as your "to finish" quilt. Have a great day!

MissPat said...

The gradation fabrics used in the "move it along" project really make a statement. Glad you escaped the big snow, if not the drifts. We just had cold and flurries off the lake. The near and below zero temps can stop any time now.
Pat

Darlene of Creative Latitude said...

I really do like your priority theme of 3. I'm hoping Spring will come soon for you. Stay warm.

loulee said...

Looks like a good time to stay indoors and sew. Love your projects.

Char said...

Love that “move it along” project. We had a balmy 9 degrees and about 5” of snow.

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QuiltGranma said...

It's so good to get progress isn't it? I got some today too, it is in the 40's out so kitty is out and wasn't being her usual Snoopervisor self, so I was able to get some sewing done, till the machine decided it was time for a break! It rejected the bobbin and bobbin case. Well I have quilt boogs to read and comment on, so Hi, doing fine here in central Oregon.

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Kate said...

I really like your almost finished quilt. Hopefully you've been able to dig out and maybe have warmed up a bit. We got about 6" of snow overnight.

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