weather-wise, finally. :)
Hot, muggy, steamy, and even sunny!
Just the way it should be for mid-July.
With the last few weeks of nasty weather -
thunder, lightning and heavy rainstorms,
you'd think I'd be so much further along with my
indoor activities, aka: sewing, than what I am.
But since I don't plug in my computerized electronics
(sewing machines included) during such bad weather,
I don't have much to show in the way of progress...
Between storms though, I did sew this Farm Girl Vintage block:
Yep, I sewed ONE little six inch block.
Oh, I also did cut out more fabric for my Farm Girl Vintage blocks...
but I only have a picture of one of the groups:
Above, that's six blocks, in six little piles,
on one of my portable design boards.
And below, is my method of organizing
on one of my design-boards,
readying them for sewing.
(: OK, really, this block only has 37 pieces. :)
My design-board organization
is similar to that which the pattern designer
(Lori of Bee in My Bonnet) uses,
except my little design boards are not as cute as hers.
I made my design boards by wrapping a scrap of batting
around the included plastic divider sheets from my ArtBin box,
then secured that batting on the back with painter's tape.
I'm pretty sure that Lori/Bee In My Bonnet didn't use painter's tape. :)
I'm off to make
and hope your day is sun-shiny, too!