Weekly Progress Update #174

Most of my posts are on the short side which tends to mimic my normal conversational style, but there are times I become verbose both in verbal conversations and with the occasional blog post. The post below is short and sweet, but I have spent some time this past week working on my #2023PlanningParty post that I will share in the next week, and it is definitely NOT short.

To-Do for the week of Dec 6th-12th:

  1. Sew October flying geese units into columns. √Done
  2. Finish the five Sashiko coasters for my December 2022 OMG. √Done
  3. Finish two pink Sew Tiny pine tree ornaments.√Done

To-Do #1

Below is a pic of the flying geese units sewn together for the month of October. New Mexico is the left, California is in the middle, and Washington is on the right. It feels so good to be getting closer to finishing these three temp quilts.

October flying geese

To-Do #2

I got the Sashiko coasters finished for my friend, Kristen.

Kristens coasters

To-Do #3

Below are two pink pine tree Sew Tiny ornaments. I love the llamas sitting above them. The llama on the left was handmade for me by my friend, Laura, and I think he is just adorable. I definitely have a thing for llamas. Some of you may remember the Llama Mini Quilts I made last year.

Pink tree ornaments with llams

To-Do for the week of Dec 13th-19th:

  1. Finish the Sashiko cats pillow for my friend, Kristen.
  2. Sew November flying geese units into columns.
  3. Finish my post for the #2023PlanningParty hosted by Quilting Jetgirl.

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

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8 Responses to Weekly Progress Update #174

  1. McKenzie Oliver says:

    I can’t wait to see your finished temperature quilts. Your coasters and mini tree ornaments are beautiful

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  2. The Morning Latte says:

    Those llamas are so cute–I can see why you love them! I’ve been thinking of putting a tree up in my sewing room (like I have room??) and thinking something like those little tree ornaments would be perfect for it. Guess I’d better get busy on them though huh? LOL

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  3. There’s nothing wrong with either style (short and sweet or verbose). It’s exciting how close to a finish you are on the temperature quilts for the year, and it makes me wonder how you’ll choose to spend the ample time you have devoted to them this year next year. I have a hunch you may talk about it in the planning party post. I look forward to reading it! 🙂

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  4. I’m looking forward to your finish of the temperature quilts! You have some very nice projects finished up – I love the little trees, and the llamas!

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  5. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! So, you’re not a gab-about, huh?! Good thing we don’t live together – I would chat, chat, chat your head off! Sue used to be a night owl, and would just stare at me in the morning. I usually wake up awake and ready to go. A regular chatty Kathy, if you will. Those mini ornaments are so darling, and their llama counterparts are equally adorable. I, too, am looking forward to seeing the final temperature quilts. Finally, the sashiko coasters are so pretty. Kristen is going to love them!! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  6. I’ve enjoyed seeing the difference in the temp quilts for the different areas. Congrats for doing well on your list.

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  7. Those coasters turned out beautifully. Love the llamas! Fun seeing the temp quilts and the differences in them. Thank you for sharing with us at To Do Tuesday!

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  8. chrisknits says:

    Sweet ornaments, and adorable llamas!!! I just bought Squish some Llama Pajamas! LOL

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