Monday, June 4, 2018

15 Minutes of Stitching - Week 22

Let us see how this week went on the 15 minutes of stitching front.

Days spent stitching this week: 7 out of 7
Days spent stitching in May: 31 out of 31
Days spent stitching in June: 3 out of 3
Days spent stitching for 2018: 129 out of 154
Rate of Success: 83.8%
My week runs Monday through Sunday.

Yippee!  I had several big accomplishments this week, I have made it to a solid B in my Rate of Success, and I have stitched every day for the last month!  I hope to make it two months by the end of this month, and should I shot for a third month in a row?  During the third month I do have some travel that might restrict me from finding 15 minutes, but if I come overly prepared I might be okay, we will see what happens.  I made progress on several things this last week, and somethings are getting closer to being finished.  I broke a needle this week and it moved the position of my needle, so I turned my machine off, and decided I would take it in to get it looked out.  Little did I know, I just needed to turn it back on and the needle position would recalibrate to the correct location.  In the end I got that "fixed" at the store, plus the repair guy listened to my machine to make sure there are no issues with it.  You learn something new every day, luckily I was able to find parts of quilts to cut out while my machine was "broken."

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  1. Thank you for taking the time and leaving me a comment. I enjoy hearing from you!

  2. Congrats on finding the time to stitch. You had a great May. Hope June turns out to be a good month too.