Weekly Progress Update #138

To-Do for the week of March 29th-April 4th:

  1. Make two more Sunflower for Ukraine blocks. √Done
  2. Work on some flying geese for my three temperature quilts. √Done
  3. Write my April 2022 OMG post. √Done

To-Do #1

I was going to quilt my Sunflower for Ukraine placemats myself, but then I decided I wanted a sunflower quilting design and checked in with Jessica who is on Instagram as @sugarmillquilts because not only is she skilled, but she is also fast! So I sewed the four placemats into a quilt top and sent it off to Jessica on Thursday.


To-Do #2

I have continued to make flying geese on a daily basis for my three temp quilts. I generally make the flying geese before I turn my attention to more challenging (and interesting) tasks.

To-Do #3

I had a few different ideas about what I might want to choose as my April 2022 monthly goal but decided on getting the first quarter of 2022 completed for my three temperature quilt tops. Read the post about this project here.

To-Do for the week of April 4th-April 10th:

  1. Start sewing my flying geese units into columns for my three temp quilts.
  2. Make bindings for my SAHRR2022 quilt, Drew’s Sushi quilt, and for the four sunflower placemats.
  3. Start cutting 2.5″ strips of Alison Glass fabric for my Kantha Sew-Along quilt top.

Linking up to Texas Quilt Gal: To-Do Tuesday.

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7 Responses to Weekly Progress Update #138

  1. The Morning Latte says:

    A nice top finish! Good luck on your to-do’s.


  2. chrisknits says:

    A stellar week!! Love the sunflowers.


  3. You have had a great week! Looking forward to seeing your sunflower quilt with quilting finished!


  4. Sounds like you will have some finishes soon with all that binding that needs to be made!


  5. That is a neat way to get your placemats quilted, and probably helpful for the quilter, too, Mary! They’re going to be so pretty!


  6. Your sunflower blocks are beautiful! Looking forward to seeing the temperature strips all together.
    Thanks for linking up with To Do Tuesday!


  7. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Your placemats turned out so nicely. Once it’s quilted do you just cut them apart and bind them? That’s a great idea. Good luck with this week’s list. I’m looking forward to seeing the AG strips – the fabrics are so pretty. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne


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