Are you tired of reading about my goal for August?

This was another HeartStrings donation top from the quilters at St. Mary’s in CT. I had this one quilted but not bound before my I started my goal of 10 tops by the end of August.

I finished up the quilting on #10 yesterday and hope to get the binding done today so I can stitch on it tonight watching the Olympics.

All 10 tops are quilted, 8 quilts were bound (two I get to send back to their owners for binding) and I have one more binding to do. Not bad but I’m still not caught up so my plan is to go for another 10 tops quilted in September. I’m heading out of town on Monday for a week and then we’ll be gone the first week of September so I may be overly ambitious here – we’ll have to see.

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  1. No, I’m not tired of seeing your reach your goal … each quilt is beautiful and I’m envious of your talent, Mary 😉 You go girl … 10 more in September?? I think you can do that without breaking a sweat! Good for you 😉 Flatlander (Linda)

  2. I’m not tired at all of watching you go for your goal– it gives me incentive to keep up with you. Doing customer quilts plus some donation quilts. And you’re binding them– so it’s a great pace. I also love seeing how you quilt them– keep that up.Susan– in No. Cal

  3. Also motivated.You and Spirit Cloth are the only blogs I swing by every day.Thanks for sharing your sewing life.Cheers Jan

  4. tired of hearing about your goal for August??? are you kidding??? I love it when you make goals liek this b/c it equals lots of posts and lots of photos!!! 🙂lvoe the black in this recent string. So neat how they each have their very own personality! Can’t wait to see what you have waiting to be done in September.Love from Texas! ~bonnie

  5. No, not tired of reading about your goal for August!Love the pink and black combo… I’m inspired… I might have to give this combo a go! 😀

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