Although most of my friends say I am very organised, I rather think I am (just) organised as there is always room for improvement. I came across a blog last week that was very interesting and I would like to share it with you today.
Elaine at Crazy Quilter on a Bike has come up with her own planner, a very personal quilt related planner that cost a mere few dollars. Made from a notebook of your choice, the tasks are written in a "bite size" form. Mmmm! love that! The smaller tasks make for crossing off items more often and that is very encouraging.
Bought notebook at dollar store and started to write dates in colours.
Decided on my dirty dozen, next page has things I need to do as gifts and the third page will be things for the craft sale.
Oh, but I couldn't stop there! My thoughts turned to the first week of January and ideas started to pour out onto the page like snow in my backyard.
I left myself some room for other projects like RSC. No specific block has been chosen yet for the RSC2017 so I'll write it down later, with how many block I wish to make that week (or how many blocks my scraps will be able to produce).
I have enjoyed preparing this planner and can't wait to try it out. Hope this inspires you too.
Okay, since this blog is about quilting, how about some pictures of fabric and quilt blocks? I agree.
My OMG is not done yet. Working on the FMQ part. Aiming for half flowers in the white sections.
Sometimes, it is so awful it needs to come out.
I'm stuck with the same questions I had when I put the quilt together; what do I do with the corners? Hurry, hurry, the month is almost done, says the little nagging voice in my head.
On the 365 Challenge front, the month of June is done.
For the month of June, the total comes to 1455 pieces.
Year to date : 4997
July is calling for more dark 3.5" blocks. Lately, working on dark fabric is depressing for me. I'll wait til it is brighter outside because, meanwhile in Canada:
Com'on now, all together! "Let it snow,