On a roll to clean out and finish! I was so excited! I thought my retreat was this week and had been collecting things for the give away table. And I had worked so hard to make the 25 squares for my scrap quilt to put together. Each block has 85 pieces and is 15 inches finished size Lots of cutting and sewing to make 9 patch and half square units; then I would assemble units to blocks. I have no idea what the real name as I created mine from a photo on Pinterest.
So what to do with an extra week. I got out a UFO to keep working on. This was a Rainbow Scrap Challenge from 2018. I was making long rows of color using strips and black and white to tie it together and give it punch. I pulled it out, I cut yellows for February's color. ( I am not a pink girl. ) I took apart the one row assembled incorrectly. Resewed them. INCORRECTLY again.
So I took a break and cleaned my bookshelf washing all the knick knacks, getting rid of old things. I now want to redo a few pieces in more farmhouse colors. The more you do, the more you find things to do.
And after deliberations, I have decided to chuck the RSC blocks. It goes to a give away table or the trash. I do not care. One more thing off my list.
So for my goals from January 1st:
Rainbow Scrap UFO: Tanked, gone, and out of my life.
Star challenge: no progress, still hanging in the closet
Scrap quilt (Tic Tac Go) : ALL blocks made and ready to assemble
Sleepy fox: Completed!
Winter mini quilt: Completed!
New York Beauty: no progress
Daughter's Orange spinner: Completed!
So lots of successes!