Tonight I am coming to the end of my very, very long weekend (six days to be exact). I was hoping to get lots of sewing done and various other things as well. I did sew for several hours on three of the six days, but that was all the sewing done this weekend.
Today was a complete sewing bust as I watched my grandsons. I learned that I can handle just about seven hours and then I need a break; unfortunately, I was needed for almost nine hours. Fortunately, my husband came home at 7.5 hours and relieved me. I don't know how I ever did it with five kids .. of course, I was much younger then. I suppose that if I did it every day, it might become "easier" or perhaps I would get used to it. Let's hope I don't have to find out.
So anyway, here's how my week went.
tuesday - ??
wednesday - ??
thursday - got zippers, etc., worked on KP
friday - made pillowcases and cushion covers.
saturday -finished binding on Blue Elephants
sunday -finished KP
monday - nothing
Here are some pics of the Blue Elephant quilt. I'm very pleased with it except for the part
where the binding isn't right. I'm still trying to decide if I should re-do the binding in that area.
So, in keeping with Kate's theme this month, what do you all think. Should I fix the binding (that I probably should have fixed before I washed the quilt)?
Pop on over to Kate's 15 Minute Challenge to see how others did this week.