I'm too late to officially add my goal for May, I'm going to play along anyway.
For Ali Edwards' One Little Word project, I'm making a tactile record of my actions while mending the Crazy Quilt (the endless mend and the cat's new favorite nap station).
|This is somewhat disheveled, it makes sense to me!|
Just a little behind in stitching things down to the base cloth (bottom part of jeans leg).
I'm snipping bits of the old distressed patches that I'm fixing, mostly by covering up with new patches. I'm taking bits of both and stitching to the piece of denim. Also recording any floss used in visible mends. I'm meandering down the denim, starting in upper left, finishing row, then going down and across from right to left, going down and across left to right, repeating until filled.
These are the One Monthly Challenge rules, in case you want to prep for June:
Select ONE of your creative goals for the month that uses fabric, thread and / or yarn. This could be to make a few blocks. cutting fabric for a project, sewing on a binding, or finish a quilt top. Any goal that involves a step in the process of making with thread, fabric or yarn is a valid goal.
Describe your goal in a:
- blog post complete with a photo(s) of your project and a link back to One Monthly Goal. (main event page or to the actual linkup page)
- via Instagram your photo and description of your goal along with the social tag #onemonthlygoal and @elmstreetquilts (See the tutorial on joining the link-up from Instagram)
- via Flickr complete with a photo(s) of your project and a link back to One Monthly Goal. (link to this main event page or to the actual linkup page)
Add your project to the link-up at the goal setting link-up. (Each month, the goal-setting link-up will be open from the 1st through the 7th, closing at 11:55 pm ET.)
Then come post again at the end of the month to share your accomplishment in the One Monthly Goal Finish Party. The finish party which will run for 6 days at the end of the month.
The Mending Linkup is still open, add your mending projects!
Linking up with:
Frédérique's Patchwork and Quilts