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.

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

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

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I need to cut out this quilt.

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I need to bury threads on this quilt.

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I need to get this quilt quilted and bound.

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

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

6 comments:

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
Kristie

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.

Amy K 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!