As Shelina says, deadlines are to be frantically met the night before! (Which I was doing last night.) Therefore I suppose I have met my goals! Two baby quilts slipped into October unexpectedly as did a mini-word quilt so all- in-all it was a productive month!
I have stayed on top of Tonya's class (for which she leaves a lot of room for completing tasks). I'm enjoying this quilt a lot but still feel a bit lost. Sure is wordy.
I have kept up with the journaling for the 365 Challenge which is good, but my strips are different lengths (all of them) which is bad and I don't know why. I'll not worry about that until I'm at the end of the year. (Great procrastinator!)
I got all the corner blocks made for the lattice for the Feathered Star quilt. I've even started on the lattice blocks! The colors are much brighter than I had expected so I'm deviating from the peaceful winter feel I was aiming for but I think it will still look nice.
And so far I've made 13 blocks for the When-Oh-When quilt. Another 5 to go! This seems much busier than the picture from the book that I'm following. Isn't it interesting how quilts sort of go the way they want to go by themselves? The Wonky quilt is wordier than I'd pictured it, the Challenge quilt is much more colorful, the Feathered Star brighter and the When-Oh-When busier than I thought it would be.
As for November?
Keep up with the 365 and Tonya's class. Get the When-Oh-When into one piece. I hate to lay aside the Feathered Star but I don't want to force myself to get that into one piece too. This is the season for knitting and I ought to be thinking of making something for Tetsu...