SUNDAY was a Sew Day with the "Three Musketeers." We made the Trail Tote designed by Anna Graham. The pattern is available for FREE on the Robert Kaufman website:
MONDAY in America was the Labor Day holiday. I wasn't scheduled to work, but worked on the three CK Totes that need to be completed:
T-shirt sections all cut and prepped. Linings and bases ready and waiting for their turn with the interfacing and iron... Thursday!!
TUESDAY was a VERY busy day!! It started off with Knit Group and ended at me spending the afternoon with an old friend.
Sewing?? Not so much!! :o((
I did find that Angela posted the following today:
On WEDNESDAY, that old friend needed additional assistance. I did manage to publish my Wonderful Wednesday post. It detailed the trials and tribulations of creating the Trail Tote.
THURSDAY morning, I was pleased to attend my weekly Quilt Group meeting. I missed last week. :o((
The afternoon was reserved for making additional progress on my CK Totes, but I played hooky from working on those today in favor of cutting another section of my niece's wedding quilt:
Plans for FRIDAY were up in the air. I thought that since DS1 didn't come home for the Labor Day holiday, that he may want to come home this weekend. That would mean a trip to Raleigh. As it turned out...
I spent the morning at home, had lunch with a friend and ran errands in the afternoon. Another day with no progress on the quilting/sewing front... Other than sorting THESE scraps from quilting friends:
Thank you, DeeDee for this little bag of scrappy love!!
Guess what's in this giant bag?!?!
MORE scrappy goodness from Ella!! Thanks for feeding my addiction to all scraps, small and large.
SATURDAY means there's a party going on!!
What KIND of party, Joyful???
Why, a LINK PARTY, of course!! Head on over to Angela's So Scrappy blog to see what all of the other RSC Quilters have been up to this week. I'm off to have a look, too... after I get back from picking up DS1 in Raleigh!!
Until next time...