Yvonne has a mid year review link up this month. My wrist healed well and I've been back quilting since the end of February / early March although it was limited at first. Quilting: 1. Clean and organize quilt room (and office since they are in the same area). Despite staying at home for the last several months, its still not as organized as I would like. Parts are tidied and parts are still a mess. Some things need to be taken up to the recycling station now that its open and that will help the cleanup. I did move part of the office to another area of the house which will free up a bit of room and may result in a bigger reorganization. 2. I'm going to continue with the Motivation Monday ideas. I'm still working on the list I created for 2017. The goal at the time was to move things forward. I think that will still be the goal for some things as they are quite large. The list still includes Canada BOM from Guild 2015/16 Stainglass Manger - finish quilting and b
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Oops! Forgot to post the completed list for June. I did get Milkweed 3 done in time for show n tell at our Guild meeting at the beginning of the month. It is now hanging in the entrance way The quilting was inspired by a fern in a bunch of flowers I had bought for myself. I took it downstairs and had it sitting near the sewing machine while I quilted. This wallhanging has a facing rather than binding. The other goal for June was to finish my Cherrywood challenge quilt for the Diana Challenge. I was making good progress when Cherrywood announced an extension to Dec 31 due to the COVID 19 pandemic. I finished the step I was working on, washed the piece to get the washout marker out and ironed it. Its now ready for the pieces to be appliqued on but I've paused to consider if I want to make any changes since I have extra time. I'll get going on the centre as that won't change. Maybe by the time that's done, I'll have decided what to do with the four corners.