For the month of February, Nat from SewforLife_perth is running a challenge, called Sew 10 Minutes a day. The idea being that with our busy lives, by sewing for 10 minutes a day, we will achieve things - slowly yes, but rather than projects sitting there waiting for a free day or the next weekend, or holiday, we attack them in bite size pieces.
Linda nudged me along to join up, and I decided it was the perfect opportunity to finish making blocks for my Carolina Chain quilt and get it to a finished quilt top stage and also a dress I would like to have for summer use.
Yesterday I rummaged around on my messy cutting table and found the three blocks I had cut out about a three weeks ago and sewed them up. then realising I only needed to make another three before I can sew them altogether, I cut those out too. This morning before I went to work I sewed them up. Literally 10 - 15 minutes work.
Thirty six blocks are now ready to be sewn together, so I figure one row a day for the next six days, then I'll get really industrious and sew all the rows together in one sitting. That dress is really wanting to be sewn.