Since I decided to do this, I''ve spent some time in the sewing room every day except on the weekends--and in the evenings after work. That leaves only 3 days in the week when I've quilted. Not a very good start. The good thing is that when I go to the sewing room, I'm there for HOURS, not minutes! On the days when I've quilted, it's been for 4 or more hours at a time, so I'm making very good progress on Lily's quilt.
Here's my progress report: Mon--several hours; Tues--several hours; Wed and Thurs (work days)--nothing; Fri-several hours; Saturday and Sunday (weekend visitors) -not a stitch.
That's what I'm working on now, a Disappearing 4 Patch twin-sized quilt for my 8 year old granddaughter.
I started this last fall and the poor child has gone all winter with her old blankets while I've
That's my week's report on Kate's Fifteen Minute Challen ge.