To Do Tuesday

Here’s my list from my last post:

1.Keep working on the design for the memory quilt. Shelved until I find the rest of the tshirts I need to incorporate in my design.

2. Assemble Vortex to flimsy stage. The rows are done. Just need to join the rows now.

3. Finish quilting and get the binding on Robbie. Quilting is finished.

4. Start quilting either of the two sandwiched quilts. No progress.

5. Start cutting and assembling my project for

6. Start cutting and assembling my project for

7. Keep knitting my socks and crocheting my rag rug. Some progress.

Foot and heel turn and gusset done. Just doing the leg portion now.

8. Keep in contact with my community to see if anyone is in need of masks. Here in Canada our Chief Medical Officer is now recommending that we all wear masks when out in public so we are all preparing for more requests. I have supplies lined up in a basket if I need to jump in and make some more. No new requests so far.

I was busy reorganizing my sewing space on Saturday and putting everything away last Sunday, and then I was busy pulling fabrics for new projects and working on emptying my scrap bin by making precut squares, triangles and strips.

Such a mess already 🥴

I was so busy puttering I forgot to post my list and the Covid brain fog has me avoiding the internet and not concentrating enough to write posts. So I am updating the post that should have gone live last week and posting it this week instead.

This week I will:

1. Finish Vortex to flimsy stage. Not done

2. Get the binding on Robbie Robotics. Not done.

3. Start quilting either of the two sandwiched quilts. Started

4. Start cutting and assembling my project for the Creating a Legacy Blog Hop. Fabric is cut; just not the fabrics I had pulled!

5. Start cutting and assembling my project for the It’s Cool to be Square Blog Hop. Finished the top. Used every last bit of batik scrap I had because the squirrels visited and changed my mind for the pattern I was going to use. Instead I designed my own pattern.

6. Finish my socks. I only need to make 10 more pairs before Christmas. Socks are finished and a new pair is on the needles already.

One down, 10 more to go!

7. Keep working on my rag rug. Some progress.

8. Finish my pattern draft for the fall blog hop. Finished writing it up. Now I just need to redo the row to test the pattern.

9. Keep working on emptying the scrap bin. Some progress.

Linking with:

Home Sewn By Us To Do Tuesday #37


Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

8 thoughts on “To Do Tuesday

  1. Hi Carol! WOWEE – you are making 10 MORE pairs of socks before Christmas! Those are so pretty. I never learned to knit properly but I did make a few dishcloths way back in the 80s. My sister used to knit a lot – I’ll have to ask her if she still does. You’ve got some pretty sewing projects on your list. I can’t wait to see the Legacy and Cool projects. Thanks for linking up this week and here’s to a productive week ahead. ~smile~ Roseanne


    1. Hi Roseanne. The biggest goal this week is to keep track of the days. Yes my great grands and some of the grands are getting socks this year for Christmas. I just taught myself to knit a couple of years ago. Never too early to start on the list! Hope you had a wonderful day with the littles yesterday 😉 Carol


  2. That’s a lot of socks, but it’s only socks, not sweaters! Looks like you are getting some things done, and that’s going to be a good thing.

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