Sundays are my day of worship. The afternoons I consider my “day off” and I generally spend it in the studio with a little Sunday sewing. As much as possible I try to do relaxing projects, usually personal vs business. That’s my plans for today…
Side note: if you follow me on social media you will recognize my hibiscus from the front yard. This is the first one I have “picked” – I thought it would look cheery in the studio!
Last night I finished the binding on the 2nd customer T-shirt quilt. She will be picking these up later in the week for her Christmas gift giving.
Monday morning I will work on the next quilt in line. I’ve got several more to go before the holiday. It’s always fun to see what other people collect as far as t-shirt memories go….
Sunday Sewing Plans:
After finishing with the customer quilts I pulled fabric for my December Island Batik Ambassador challenge. The challenge is to make a scrappy table runner. Well, scrappy is my middle name so I’ve been looking forward to this all year!
For those of you new to The Quilt Rambler I invite you to scroll through some of my earlier blogs to view the other projects I’ve made with the 2017 Island Batik Ambassador program. I am enjoying this journey working with beautiful batiks!
I chose a Studio 180 Design pattern and can’t wait to get the parts and pieces all cut out and sewn together – the perfect small project for the afternoon and the season! Check back with me tomorrow when I report in on my progress!
What are your Sunday afternoon plans? Are you still working on Christmas or Hanukkah projects? Please leave a comment below, I’d love to hear about your handmade items.
This is Karen Overton, The Quilt Rambler keeping the blog short today so I can get a lot of sewing accomplished! See you tomorrow!