It's the final post for the 4 x 7 Sewing Challenge hosted by Sarah at Berry Barn Designs.
I sewed on the binding for the Additions baby quilt -- see finish here.
Although I did not do any quilting, I did lots of quilting-related activities. I won a few online prizes recently, so I spent some time choosing patterns and stickers. I started preparing the backing for my Meadow Mist Designs mystery quilt (quilt top finished here). I worked on plans for the first ever Maritime Modern Quilt Guild retreat.
I started sewing together my mini EPP hexies.
I finished piecing the backing for the mystery quilt. It's odd calling it a mystery quilt now that I know what it looks like.
Again another day of no quilting, but I did something so very crazy on the spur of the moment. I'm going to Glamp Stitchalot in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in June. In less than 24 hours, four of us booked event tickets, a flight, and a hotel. Oh my! We're going to meet Elizabeth Hartman and Carolyn Friedlander (among other teachers). I still can't believe it. I'll believe it soon enough when the credit card statement comes in.
MMQG had it's monthly Sew In. I worked on a WIP bag (pattern by Crazy Mom Quilts); finished the next Modern HST Sampler block; started work on Notched (pattern by Quilting Jetgirl); and worked on Inside Out (pattern by Cluck Cluck Sew).
I attempted a new FMQ motif on the mystery quilt. I watched Angela Walters' Dot-to-Dot Quilting class on Craftsy. Clearly, I need to go back to pre-school to learn how to draw a straight line.
More quilting on the mystery quilt.
It's been a productive February. On the few days that I wasn't able to do any physical quilting, I worked on quilting-related projects. So I consider the 4 x 7 Sewing Challenge a success.
Thanks to Sarah at Berry Barn Designs for hosting.