Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Challenge Day 21

It's day 21 of my 31 Day Challenge and I am wiped out...and it's only Tuesday.  I woke up tired and never did get that fire in me today.....I've been dragging all day.

I started and got half way through Marianne's 2nd quilt and I'm serious when I say this, while I was quilting this up I was thinking about those of you following my challenge and it pushed me just enough to get this much done,  thanks to all of you!



I should finish tomorrow, no problem and I'm going to bed earlier tonight, hopefully that will help give me more energy tomorrow.

I'm going to miss a couple of quilting days this week because I'm demoing my ruler at a couple of quilt shops for shop hop this weekend.  It should be fun and good for me too!

22 of 30 Finished

~Jenny~

16 comments:

**nicke... said...

i have loved every single day! i can't believe how much you have done! xoxo keep it up friend! i know you can do it!

Sheila said...

you set your self a huge challenge, i am totally in awe of your skills, which can only improve with all the muscle training going on. LOve your work :-)

Dawn said...

Gorgeous work on this quilt (and it looks like a big one)! Glad you have to get out a bit this week -- you probably need some time away from the longarm. I am so impressed with your accomplishments so far this month!

Trudi said...

My goodness, no wonder you are feeling tired! Lots of fresh fruit and veg with loads of water :) Enjoy the demo'ing, it will give you the change you need to come back to it all fresh and ready to finish the last few :) And just think, that rack will then be empty! Hope the early night helped!

Ethne said...

Sounds like you need this little, and good distraction at present - frankly I've been astonished how you've managed to go so much in so little time. You've done magnificently, enjoy sharing and demonstrating this week and I hope you come back with your 'batteries' charged for the final stretch (which I know you'll do, and finish with a fantastic bow)

Issabella The Cat said...

Whoop Whoop!! Go team you! You are on the last stretch now :D I can't believe how fast you quilt!

QuiltSue said...

I've been lurking in the background following this and just have to say your quilting is just awesome.

Pat said...

You are doing phenomenally well with your challenge. I can only imagine how exhausted I'd be if I quilted as much as you. I'm just trying to get one baby quilt quilted, and I'm struggling. Your quilting is beautiful and you will make your goal!

Kathy said...

Demoing your ruler for the shop hop should be fun and it came just at the right time when you needed a break from the longarm.

Leanne said...

You have been doing an amazing job getting all those quilts done. I have just done two small customs and I'm wiped out. I don't know how you've kept up the pace. Your quilting is very inspirational. Enjoy your few days off, it's always nice to get away from the machine and talk to real people...and straighten your back for a while...haha

Flaun of I Plead Quilty! said...

Come on, Jenny! I know you can do this. You're so close to done and I'm really excited to see you cross that finish line. Have a blast at the shops with your ruler.

Auntie Pami said...

What shops and when? I would love to come over and meet you! I helped my local shop Material Girls in Silverdale get ready. I am beat--fabric is heavy! I really, really like your feathers on this one. Hope you got some rest.

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Olá,não precisa agradecer,nós somos uma torcida muuuito organizada,com uniformes e pom-pom.Pena você não poder ouvir o meu grito de guerra...
PARABÉNS de novo,e de novo...Beijos

t. anne said...

Way to Go! I've been following your challenge, and I am impressed! Your quilting skills yield gorgeous results. And how fun to demo your ruler: I'm really in awe of the variety of designs it can make! Amazing. Keep up the good work!

Sharon T said...

Please take care of yourself! R.e.s.t! Your quilting is absolutely amazing!

Esther said...

This is another beautiful quilt! You are amazing all of us with your skills, and the amount of quilts you are finishing. I am glad you will have a couple of days doing demos and hopefully re-fueling to tackle more quilting.