To-Do Tuesday 102 Weekly Progress Update

I am joining the weekly To-Do Tuesday Linky Party hosted by Chris at ChrisKnits

To-Do for the week of July 20th-26th:

  1. Make a Fancy Forest Hazel Hedgehog block.√Done
  2. Finish my Storm at Sea quilt top. √Done
  3. Work on my 2021 Mid Year Check-in post. √Done

To-Do #1

I made two Hazel Hedgehogs for my modified Fancy Forest quilt that I am making as part of the Quilted Connections 1st Annual Spectacular Summer Sew-Along.

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To-Do #2

I finished my Storm at Sea wall hanging and wrote about it in my July 2021 One Monthly Goal post.

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To-Do #3

I did work on a mid-year check-in post and probably put in about 1.5 hours writing it and I’m not even halfway done. Because I still have a lot going on in both my personal and work life, I’ve decided that I will skip the mid-year check-in and will use what I’ve written in a full 2021 recap post in December. I do have a question for you folks who use the Word Press platform. Is there a way to link a photo in a post with a previous blog post?

To-Do for the week of July 27th-Aug 3rd:

  1. Make a third Fancy Forest Hazel Hedgehog block and get my modified Fancy Forest quilt top put together.
  2. Finish the Two Cranes Sashiko pillow for my brother.
  3. Make a mug rug with Kaleidoscope fabrics for a work colleague.

Linking up to Chris Knits: To-Do Tuesday.

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6 Responses to To-Do Tuesday 102 Weekly Progress Update

  1. Those green hedgies are cute – great fabric choices! The photo question – do you mean link it so that if the reader clicks on the photo it takes them to the previous post?

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  2. Your hedgehogs are adorable. Congrats on the finish.

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  3. Sherrie says:

    Hi,
    Really cute Hedgehog block. Love the Storm at Sea quilt…
    so pretty. Have a great day!

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  4. Yes! There is definitely a way to link the photo to a blog post. Open the blog post you want to link to and get the URL for the post from the tab that you have open. Then click on the image in your editor and think the link icon. You may have to scroll to the bottom of the image, but the same link dialog box will appear as if you are adding a link to text. Paste and give the settings you want (open in new tab or not) and voila!

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  5. chrisknits says:

    You did a great job on that list!! I love the Storm at Sea!!! Good luck with your list for next week. Thanks for linking up with To-Do Tuesday!

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  6. I love Storm at Sea! Cute hedgehogs too, I like those colors.

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