I’ve completely lost my sewing mojo! I haven’t hit a slump like this in years. I hope it doesn’t hang around for long, altho it’s been nearly three weeks already. There’s so much I need to do, and I don’t feel like doing any of it. I’ve barely even set foot in my sewing room.
So not like me . . .
I have managed to do a bit of handwork, however, and for the month of May, I completed 11 more quilt blocks.
I made one more section of my third version of my Summertime Sampler:
I made two crumb blocks for our guild’s monthly block challenge:
I made 7 more Vintage Christmas Ornament blocks for the Quilt-Along going on HERE.
And I did another appliqué block that I don’t have a photo of yet, but I’ll show you that quilt later.
I also worked on my mystery quilt, but I’m not counting those blocks until I’m all done, so that I don’t accidentally count them twice.
I sure hope my slump is over soon! Tomorrow, I’ll be at my local guild’s annual quilt show in Kirksville, Missouri:
I’m seriously hoping to come home all inspired with renewed mojo for sewing. If you’re in the area, you should come see our show. It’s always wonderful!
So how did you do this month? Did you hit a slump, too, or did you get in lots of sewing time?
It’s time to report in with your totals this month. I have the Project Page updated, so be sure and check your totals. I know I lost a few last month, so you gotta keep an eye on me! Leave a comment on this post and let me know how you did, or you can contact me HERE or email me directly if comments misbehave, which they seem wont to do occasionally.
Our new goal for blocks to make in June is 35, for a year-to-date total of 153. We’ll be halfway through the year by then — can you believe it?
The prize winner for April is Marsha Y., who is up to 105 blocks for the year so far!
I hope we all have a productive sewing month in June! Happy stitching!