Tuesday, July 2, 2013

To Do post...

I have so many things to get done, but work certainly took over for the last week. We are at our year end and I worked on Saturday from about 7:30 AM until 8 PM with only a couple of hour long breaks. And I was online until 11:30 Sunday night doing the same. Thankfully, I got a huge portion of work finished and it is making this week much easier in the office!

I thought that showing the things that are in progress at home might help me start working on them.

I still have this quilt on the frame. The thread ran out but the replacement was received last week. I just need to finish the last couple of rows.


I'm still working on the Easy Street setting triangles.


I need to get this new to me machine testing and cleaned up and set up in the basement to do some piecing.


I need to cut out this quilt.


I need to bury threads on this quilt.


I need to get this quilt quilted and bound.


And I need to get this quilt started. I printed out the parts up to 9, but there are 3 more parts after that.


Thank goodness for a holiday this week! Next weekend will also be dedicated to quilting and not much else!


Kristie said...

Lots to do, but you will get them all done! Can't wait to see the progress

Have a wonderful and Blessed day

Marj said...

Once you get time, just take it one project at a time and then before you know it you will be caught up. Take a break to play with the Pups and relieve the stress.

thea said...

Lots of good things in the works. let me know if posting pictures helps on the motivation front. I haven't gotten to anything in a couple of weeks and need to find someway to jump start things.

Jennifer said...

Hope you have a restful weekend with plenty of time to do whatever you wish :)

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Ugh. Those hours just hurt my head. Glad you will have time to just chill this weekend.

InfinityQuilter/Knitter said...

OK, I need a nap after reading all of that. Good luck with the list. With all of these sewing machines, I'm picturing you going from one to the other each day and sewing a couple stitches to make progress on each project. I think you need more arms!

Regina said...

You'll get it - in due time...