To-Do for the week of Jan 24th-30th:
- Make the first border for SAHRR2023.√Done
- Finish binding my temperature quilts and write a post about them.√Done
- Finish my Sashiko Daisy Pouch and write my Jan 2023 OMG Finish post.√Done
- Continue working on Ripples camping quilt for my niece, Kim.√Done
I got the first border done for my 2023SAHRR project. Unfortunately I was too late to join the linky party. Roseanne with Home Sewn By Us gave us our first prompt which was the Spool Block. I paper pieced the tiny strips of “thread” using 1/4″ graph paper. It’s about 7″ square after the first border. I’m really happy with how it is looking.
I did get the binding finished on all three temperature quilts and wrote a post about them on Saturday. For those of you who have already read the post, I added a couple paragraphs at the end of the post about my Spoonflower labels and binding the quilts. I was just too tired on Saturday to include those details. For those interested, here is the link to that post. I’ll just include a photo of the finished California quilt below but there are lots more photos in that post.
I really pushed getting my Daisy Sashiko Pouch finished in order to meet my Jan One Monthly Goal. I’m positive I wouldn’t have finished it this month if it hadn’t been this month’s OMG, especially after I hit a snag while working on it a couple weeks ago. See details about this project here.
Here are some more Ripples blocks that I got done for Kim’s camping quilt.
To-Do for the week of Jan 31st-Feb 6th:
- Finish the Ripples Camping quilt top for my niece, Kim.
- Make the second border for SAHRR2023 which will be stars. I’ve found the perfect tiny stars to make!
- Write my February 2023 One Monthly Goal post.
Linking up to Quilt Schmilt: To-Do Tuesday.
You’ve done really well on your task lists lately! So fun to see what you are working on.
The temperature quilt looks just lovely and your bag is so cute I’d almost be afraid to use it! LOL Great job on the list!
It’s pretty amazing what having a deadline or goal will help us accomplish. I hope you have a great week, and I look forward to seeing your star border!
Your temperature quilt is beautiful. I really like your Spool border for your SAHRR. How patient you are to paper piece those lovely threads! Great job on your list last week. Good luck with this weeks list. Thank you for linking with To Do Tuesday 😃
You have such neat projects – love that Sashiko bag. Your SAHRR is gorgeous.