It feels like my blog reader and IG feed are filled with teachers accomplishing massive amounts of sewing on their summer holidays. So much inspiration! The situation in my home is the complete opposite. Summer brings a 75% reduction in my sewing time as my oldest daughter is home full time and the youngest is home 4-5 full days a week. This has led to some sewing envy and a bit of a funk where I feel like I'm getting nothing done.
To try and alleviate that feeling I snuck downstairs yesterday for 15 minutes to do some more quilting on my String of Luck project. At the end of my time I figured that it would only take another hour or two to finish up the quilting on this. Making an end of August finish totally doable!
We traveled last weekend and I brought along my critter sampler to work on in the car. It's coming along nicely but my goodness fill takes a long time!
Since the Christmas Craft Fair season will be here before you know it (my first show is November 1st!), I've started to work on my inventory. Some progress on a stack of bibs this week. And I do still plan on doing a tutorial for the tie bib. Just a matter of finding some more hours in my day. Which may not happen until September.
Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced.