Tuesday, 30 June 2020

June furtle

June is over... it has been a busy month, at least in my head and it has taken a turn for the unexpected... On 4th, I was told my job will be gone by end of August (nothing to do with COVID-19) and I must admit it came as a shock as I wasn't expected it or at least not that quickly... So after the shock, fear, mourning of loss etc, I threw myself into looking for a new job, spending most of my evenings browsing dedicated websites, updating my CV, applying for positions. Of course, with all that, my sewing/free time has been seriously reduced and my energy has not been very high either. Never mind, there will be better days, once the dust has settled and I have clearer directions for the future, hopefully I'll sew up a storm!

In the meantime, I have managed to finish binding my rainbow quilt, a UFO from a long time ago.

I also completed 2 garments this month, my Free Range Slacks and my Calvin Dress (which was a sewing UFO from last September)

And as a reward for completing some UFOs, I started a new project by cutting some pieces for my Halo Liberty quilt.

Linking to June Furtle.

Celine

5 comments:

  1. I am confident you will find a new job soon. The halo quilt looks interesting. And it would use up some of my scraps. Do you sew the curves on the sewing machine, or is it a hand appliqué project?

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    1. Thank you very much Judy. I am planning to sew the curves by machine...

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  2. I'm sorry for your job loss but I'm sure you will find something new soon.

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  3. I’m really sorry about your job disappearing, I hope a wonderful new job pitches up soon and it’s better hours and better pay.

    The rainbow quilt is lovely, as are the dress and the trousers. Hooray for finishes! *waves pompoms*

    I’m looking forward to seeing the halo quilt develop, it’s going to be gorgeous! Thanks for furtling!

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  4. Sorry to hear about your job, rotten news at a rotten time. Despite that you have achieved some lovely finishes.
    Good luck.

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