To Do Tuesday #37

Here it is Tuesday; one of my favourite days of the week. Why? We get to head over to Roseanne and Sue’s blog, Home Sewn By Us, for their weekly linky party.

The past month or so, it’s been difficult to meet my goals, but each week I am moving projects along so I’m not going to complain too much 😉

Here’s last weeks list to see how much I got done:

1. Spend some more time cleaning out the scrap bins. A bit more puttering with Accuquilt Dies, Mat and Rotary cutter. 😉

2. Finish the commissioned duvet cover. Not only finished, but safely delivered.

3. Keep working on getting photos of the finished test pattern flimsy. We are forecasted to have clear skies tomorrow so a photo shoot will happen.

4. Keep working on Sarah’s pattern test. No progress 😢

5. Have fun with piecing the new secret pattern test. Just need to assemble the rows and add the borders. 😄

6. Finish the little Christmas table topper. Borders are on and I pieced a scrappy back for it. It’s sandwiched and ready for quilting this afternoon. 😉

😉

7. While my daughter was here she “borrowed” my shawl and it went home with her. Since I’ve been sitting more in the car waiting while DH has appointments and tests and I’ve been tired when I get home, I pulled some wool to make a new shawl using the same wool as my original. It’s my handwork project so I can take it with me or just enjoying handwork while I’m sitting. Only have 1 more row and then to cast off. 😉

8. Start doing the math, pulling fabrics and cutting and sewing my designed project for

Pattern is drafted and fabrics pulled!

With Christmas and lots of video time with kids, grandstand great grands, I’m going to keep the list a bit shorter this week:

1. Spend some more time cleaning out the scrap bins.

2. Keep working on getting photos of the finished test pattern flimsy.

3. Keep working on Sarah’s pattern test.

4. Have fun with piecing the new secret pattern test.

5. Finish the little Christmas table topper.

6. Finish knitting my shawl.

7. Start cutting and sewing my designed project for;

See? I didn’t add any new projects to my list! 😉

Wishing you all a very Merry, safe and healthy Holiday Season, filled with love, laughter, good food and family time.

Thank you for spending some time with me this busy week. ⛄️ Carol

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.

6 thoughts on “To Do Tuesday #37

  1. I always enjoy reading your posts and seeing what you are working on. You seem to do so well with having several projects going at once. I have two I should be working on, but today – last minute – decided to do one more Christmas gift. So far, it’s being just a bit ornery, so I took a quick lunch break. Hoping it has a better attitude when I get back to it. LOL

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  2. Hi Carol! Moving projects along is a great thing! I haven’t been too motivated but spending just a few minutes in the sewing room has moved this along for me, too. You made a lot of progress, especially on the shawl. I’m looking so forward to seeing your table runner! I wish you and your family a very Happy Holidays. Thank you for linking up this week. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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