Nooootttt so much sewing over here this Fall! And it is certainly Fall up here! We've had a few very cold nights, and I've busted out my warm slippers.
As we move forward, I thought I'd record the work I did this summer as a way to reset and recharge for some cosy, stitchy evenings to come.
Back in May (ok, pre-Summer) I decided to devote my Summer to WIPs when I finished this quilt top. I just finished the quilt as my last Summer project! That full circle is really satisfying.
Cats love quilts. I made a quilt that loves cats back (with a free pattern!).
This bed size Patty Pan quilt was, by far, my longest WIP ever.
The throw-sized one was much quicker!
A pile of hexies became a pillow.
I protected the furniture assets and boated-up my house even more.
This one's flannel backing is PERFECT. Totally a keeper.
And last, but not least, circling back.
Did I finish all my WIPs? No way. However, I finished WAY more than I expected, clearing out space (in my fabric cabinet and my brain) for a few new things I have up my sleeve.