I hope you found last week’s task relaxing, and that it gave you some time to catch up, so you’ll be fresh for the next set of challenges.
I have not yet added any color to my doodles, but I did sit a spell and add to my very first doodle I made for these challenges. It’s getting bigger!
This worked perfectly for me this week, since I’ve been pretty worn out at the end of some long days, and doodling was about all I had the energy for.
This week, we’re gonna get crafty! We’re going to:
We’re making a mini because they’re small, they can be done quickly, and since we’ll be on to something else next week, we need something we can finish. And don’t panic if you don’t get finished, because we’ll have some more catch-up time later on. These challenges are not supposed to stress you out — they’re supposed to be fun!
Try to keep your mini quilt to 10″ or under on a side. However, if you feel the need to go bigger, and think you have the time, go right ahead!
Here’s a few things to think about regarding this week’s challenge:
Other than that, I’m leaving it up to you. I hope you already have some ideas spinning in your head!
I’ve decided that since I have to make a mug rug for an exchange at my guild meeting, I’m going to make a little mini quilt that will work for the exchange. I hope I can bring myself to give it away when it’s done!