Thursday, September 1, 2011

Fresh Sewing Day

August was a pretty productive month. I am pleased with what I completed and worked on. I have a feeling September might not be quite so productive, but I am looking forward to some long sewing sessions after my mom gets home and settled.
Here's a mosaic of what I worked on last month.

There are lots of projects planned for September, but mainly I have to finish my mug rugs and goodies for the swap organized by Cindy at Fluffy Sheep Quilting and work on my bee block and a bag to take to the Sewing Summit in October. If time permits I will work on my Swoon quilt and my Across the Sea QAL that I am doing with Jennifer at Ellison Lane Quilts.
I'm linking to Fresh Sewing Day at Lily's Quilts. Hop on over and see what everyone else has been working on in August.

Fresh Sewing Day

Thanks for stopping by,

"di"

9 comments:

Melinda said...

Pardon me as I "Swoon" at all your progress! Those are gorgeous by the way. You did a ton!

quirky granola girl said...

all of your work is lovely, but that swoon block really stands out :)

Cindy Lou said...

I'll say you were really productive in August! Great work Diane!

Annabella said...

I am haping to be very productive in September although a few days away and I`m already going to have to play catch up on my QAL! Fabulous progress Di - what a bounty of beautiful things!

ritad said...

What a productive month!! I'm amazed with all of you how never sleep.. I might get more done if I would get off the computer!! But, Oh, the inspiration I would miss! I have "Swoon" waiting in the wings for me..maybe this year?

Helen in Switzerland said...

Amazing! Your productivity puts the rest of us to shame!!

Geri Centonze said...

That's a HUGE amount to accomplish in one month!

tusen said...

I just love the Swoon blocks, they look so beautiful in these colours and patterns.

Wendys Hat said...

Looks great you busy girl! I've had my toes in the sand for most of the Summer and am even having trouble getting back in sync with a schedule. I hope your Mom gets better quick.