Weekly Progress Update #166

To-Do for the week of Oct 11th-17th:

  1. Bind my Lumen quilt that I received back from Rebecca last week. √Done
  2. Sew flying geese units into columns for August for NM, CA, and WA. √Done
  3. Do a little more Sashiko stitching in a different color palette than grey/turquoise. √Done

To-Do #1

I did get my Lumen quilt bound this past week but did not have time to take any photos. That’s on my list for next week.

To-Do #2

Here are the flying geese sewn together for August for New Mexico, California, and Washington. It’s interesting to see that my stepson in a city in the state of Washington experienced four days of 90 or above as represented by Kona Torch, and neither my city in New Mexico nor my step daughter’s city in the Bay Area city in California had any days in the 90s.

August flying geese columns

To-Do #3

I have started another Sashiko project from BeBe Bold. It’s their Daisy drawstring pouch, and the color palette is wonderfully rich (and definitely not my typical brightly colored palettes!). In the photo below, I have completed the straight lines of stitching:

Sashiko pouch straight lines

To-Do for the week of Oct 18th-Oct 24th:

  1. Take photos of my Lumen quilt.
  2. Sew flying geese units into columns for September for NM, CA, and WA.
  3. Do a little more stitching on my Sashiko Daisy pouch project.

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

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5 Responses to Weekly Progress Update #166

  1. That Sashiko bag is going to be gorgeous! Your temperature geese are so interesting. I assume your stepson and stepdaughter know you’re making these? Thank you for sharing with To Do Tuesday!


  2. That pouch is so pretty and fun! Interesting about the 90-degree days in Washington, but not in the other two. You’ve done well with your quilting projects this past week!


  3. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! That Sashiko pouch is so cool! I love the little daisies. It will be so fun to watch this project come together. Keeping those straight is going to be the key, don’t you think?! I see it comes in two other color palettes. This might make a good gift for my sister – she adores everything blue. Good luck with your list this week. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne


  4. That’s very interesting that the city your son lives in in Washington was warmer than where you and your daughter live. Data is so very fascinating. I hope you have a great week!


  5. chrisknits says:

    Ooh, your Sashiko project is stunning! I looked at some patterns the other day but didn’t bite on any, too much stuff going on here for 1 more project!


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