Weekly Progress Update #175

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

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

To-Do #1

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

Oct and Nov columns

To-Do #2

I did get my #2023PlanningParty post written but forgot to include my Planner Swatch Pages for my Lumen, Break of Day, and Murmuration quilts. I’ve edited the post to include them. Below is the one I made for Murmuration. These are some of my favorite Kona solids, so this swatch page will definitely be referenced for future projects.

Murmuration swatches

To-Do #3

I did finish the Sashiko cats pillow for my friend, Kristen, and I will share it next week in my December 2022 OMG Finish post.

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

  1. Write my December 2022 OMG Finish post.
  2. Write my Five Favorite Finishes post to link up with Meadow Mist Designs: Best of 2022 Linky Party.
  3. And of course work on my three temperature quilts.

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

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7 Responses to Weekly Progress Update #175

  1. Love those temperature strips – yay for being near the finish! Can’t wait to see the kitty Sashiko. Welp, you’ve inspired me to get a journal. I almost purchased a digital one to get it printed and bound. What kind do you have? I hope you have a wonderful holiday, and thank you for sharing with us at To Do Tuesday!

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  2. Waiting to see your temp quilts is kinda like Christmas morning and waiting to open my stocking (okay, I don’t have stocking gifts for me anymore, but y’know what I mean)! I didn’t get a Quilter’s Planner this year, since I don’t have much to put in it, but each time I see your pages, I wish I had. (I’m not that organized – LOL). I’m still considering a temp quilt for next year.

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  3. You are in the home stretch of the temperature quilts! I’m so impressed with the fact you’ve made three this year. It’s going to be a treat to compare and contrast them and see the different trends.

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  4. I really love those flying geese temperature quilt sections, Mary! I’m really looking forward to seeing how the whole quilts for each location look. Enjoyed reading your 2022 recap and 2023 planning posts. You have some beautiful quilts in mind for the new year!

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  5. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Great job on getting your list complete for the week. The temperature quilts are coming to an end, and I am really looking forward to seeing them. Merry Christmas to you and Mary! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  6. Your temperature geese are looking terrific, Mary! I love your planner with the notes and fabric swatches from finished quilts. I tried to keep notes like that when I first started quilting but I always misplaced the notebooks and could never find them again when I wanted to look something up. That’s why I put all of those details in my blog posts now, because I can’t lose the whole Internet and Google will help me find those notes when I need them. ;-). Happy holidays to you and your loved ones, and happy quilting!

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  7. chrisknits says:

    It’s so neat to see those temp color differences. I can’t even imagine going 1 and you are keeping up with 3!!!

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