I enjoy a challenge, both by myself and with others, so if you are up to an Easter Challenge, feel free to join :-)
If you are, name and claim something that you want to move forward through the Easter week.
Earlier this winter I joined a Lent challenge, on a list I am on, with my friend Tilde.
One of the criterias was to not start any new projects through the 40 days of Lent.
Not very easy really, not now, when I am done with my NI quilt top.
I am really looking forward to do the Civil War Diary blocks, but I have decided that the waiting will just add to the pleasure.
No one will come after me if I do not make it through the Lent challenge, but it is sort of a mental personal challenge to keep on for the last days through Easter Day.
It is good for the pile of unfinished objects too, even if my pile is not very high anymore.
My Leanne's House quilt has been in hiatus for a long time, so now it is time to dig it out and finish the last 3 blocks. All are pieced, even if block # 7 lacks a few seams.
- One (block # 9) lacks now, after one day of doing the rest of the stitchery, an appliqued heart.
- One (block # 8) lacks all the stitchery + 3 appliqued hearts
- The last one (block # 7) lacks all the applique, which is the main decoration on that block + the stitchery.
I have promised myself to keep my hands off the Butterfly Garden BOM kits until the Leanne's House blocks are done.
It takes some backbone indeed ! The Butterfly Garden kits are lovely. I now have 2 here waiting for me.
Project # 2 is the scissors keeper for the sewing bag set
Project # 3 is the tote I have already talked about a couple of times ;-)
If, by any luck, I should finish all these 3 projects before the end of Easter, then I will find something else to work on, promise :-)