June Review and July Goals

These were my MY JUNE GOALS...so let's see how I did...

1. Finish my report cards early! Pack up my classroom to move to another one! (DONE!)

2. Complete 2 twin quilts for a customer on the long arm by June 14. (DONE!)

3. Complete a class quilt by the end of June. (DONE!)

4. Work on 1 or 2 charity quilts for KSCQs. (NOT DONE!)
5. EPP 8 hours this month as my goal from Hexagon Alley. (DONE!) See blog post here.

6. Complete June's Scrappy Challenge block by Judy Lacquidara at Patchwork Times. (not done because Judy is not continuing with this any more so May was the last month :(  )

7. Complete June's block for the Christmas Quilt Along by Beth at Love, Laugh, Quilt.   (Not Done)

Well at least a few things got done...


1. Long arm quilt a customer quilt.

2. Long arm quilt charity quilts for KSCQs.

3. EPP hexie flowers 8 hours for July from Hexagon Alley Challenge.

4. Put together scrappy blocks from Scrappy Challenge.

5. Complete June's snowflakes for Christmas Quilt Along by Beth at Love, Laugh, Quilt.

6. Work on my Hawaiian lap quilt.

7. Quilt a Hawaiian block for my niece.

This list might be too long but I will see... I am not working full time in July.

I am linking to:

- Fresh Sewing Day and Small Blog Meet at Lily's quilts by Lynne,
- A Lovely Year of Finishes by Melissa at Sew Bittersweet Designs.

Please visit the links on the right to see some lovely monthly finishes and goals for the next month.


  1. Well done on meeting some of your June goals and good luck with the ones for July!

  2. Love your class quilt! So bright and cheerful. Congratulations on working through your list. It's not a real list unless there are a ton of things undone!

  3. Congrats on your finishes! I get accomplished in a quarter what you are doing in a month!

  4. This is great how you set your goals and the review them!

  5. Thank you for all the nice comments. I enjoy quilting and this is one way to document and share it!


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