I squeezed in maybe an hour of sewing yesterday. I can't believe how I can use up all the time in a day. It seems that by the time I've finished teaching and grocery shopping and taking Choco for another afternoon walk that I need to start dinner and preparing for an evening class. Does an hour a day of sewing sound so difficult? (Thinking of Judy L. here) No. But practically speaking, it's more like walk by the sewing room, fondle a couple of scraps for a few seconds every day until I abandon all housework (sometimes even friends!) and shut myself away for a few hours once a week.
I had "homework" from Tonya that I needed to do before she gives another assignment, so I ignored laundry and sewed an hour. We're working on Wonky Letters and I chose one of the easiest "H". Can you tell that these are all "H"s? I need to practice at least another three letters so you can see I'm already getting behind in my homework but I'm having fun.
I also got another star block made (the pieces were already cut) and now I have three. (I can't remember when I made the second one but I forgot to show it.) These go fast if I pre-cut. I'm hoping to have 18 when I finish. When-oh-when that will be, I have no idea.