Wednesday, 1 May 2019

May goals

Hopefully spring will come back and stay with us this month. If you're on IG you'll know that's it is Me Made May and although I could probably participate as i have more and more handmade garments I'll just watch from the side lines as I know I won't keep up. Buy what can I make this month?

1. Continue to work on the Harry Potter sew-along and keep up the pace, if possible. I am really behind now
2. Scrappy Trip Along - red and green blocks needed to be able to finish the top. Ideally I'd like to gift it to my brother this month...
3. 365 challenge, so many more blocks are needed, let's see if I can make a few . This is where I left off 3 years ago...
4. Dear Jane -  Row C needs to be completed this month for the quilt-along and I need 5 blocks this month.This will be my One monthly goal  
5. HST modern sampler quilt - make the last block and finish the top 
6. Kingfisher Sew Along - prepare more blocks for sew on the go
7. Threadology quilt-along - make March and April  blocks - 15 to do to catch up
8. Vintage Kitchen - back on track,  let's try top keep up!
9. Gipsy Wife - make more blocks 
10. FW 1920 - make more blocks 
11. FW 1930 - make more blocks 
12. Granny Blocks -  this was my APQS challenge for March 
13. String blocks - top to be quilted
14. Project 48 quilts - blocks to be made in a top and quilted - this was my APQS challenge for April
15. Paper pieced horse from Tartan Kiwi book for my middle daughter - This will be my One monthly goal 
16. Sewing room sign (paper pieced)

1. Tea dress 
2. Summit peak top, cut and ready to be sewn 
3. Puff Shirt or another office top
4. Linden or Toaster sweater in navy  
5. Salida skirt  
6. Jasika Blazer
7. PJ for C  
8. Full PJ top for hubby  
9. Lingerie  
10. Seed combi short for the girls
11. Jumpsuit

1. Carrier Conquest Handbag 
2. Card wallet
3. Teacher's presents


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