Kim is hosting another Sewjo Saturday, which is always fun. You can go and look at the other people who have joined in and shared projects, as well. Although it is Sunday, I wanted to share with you what I have been working on this weekend.
People who have been following my blog know that I have been busy working on the Celtic Solstice Mystery that Bonnie Hunter designed. If you are interested in making Celtic Solstice Bonnie will be taking down the link to the PDF instructions on May 31, just so you know.
I am still working on my Birds in the Air units that I shared with you from other Sewjo Saturdays here and here. I didn't realize I had been working on them for so long!
I sew a little, square up a little, and sew a little, again. Eventually I will get them all finished. I did square up a few yesterday in between yard work and cleaning my house.
I'm getting a little tired of doing these, so I gathered up fabrics from my stash to create the June small quilt from Count on It, a book from Art to Heart. I love to make seasonal quilts.
It is all fused (with Heat and Bond lite) and ready to applique.
I posted another Sewjo Saturday, but Kim was busy getting ready for quilt market. You can see my post here, just in case you missed. it. I made cute camping bags for my daughter.
Do you do fun little projects in between more time consuming projects?
Have a great weekend!