Wednesday, October 24, 2012

WIP Wednesday: My "Get 'er Done" List



It's come to a time when I actually need a "get 'er done" list for the end of the year. I'm sure I'll be adding things on, but I need to actually write them down, so I figured, what better way than my blog? Most have self-imposed deadlines, because that's how I work best. :)


 New sewing space!

1. All of a sudden, I need to make a Slytherin (Harry Potter) tie for my little sis (I love her but GEE THANKS!) She literally asked me two days ago... but how can I refuse one of my favorite people in the world part of her Halloween costume? (on that note, anyone know any good tie patterns)?
Due 10/31/12

2. Coasters for our new coffee table - this will be easy to finish once of the rest of the supplies get here via mail, hopefully this week!
Due 11/01/12

3. Curtains for my kitchen! FINALLY!
Due 11/15/12

4. Sew quilt backing of wedding quilt together; baste and quilt (I need to decide on the quilting for that one, and that will actually be difficult. Probably both machine and hand).
Due 12/01/12




5. 2 Christmas gifts, soon to be discussed.
Due 12/7/12


6. Mom's quilt  - curves. Lots of curves. Guess who has learned she's not good at sewing with curves? I need pins... lots of pins. At the piecing stage - don't have any good pictures yet (I'll work on that).
Due 12/24/12

7. Niece's butterfly quilt and accompanying block tutorial - I'm in LOVE with all the colors that this quilt uses, and I'm at the piecing stage here, too.
Due 1/05/13



8.  Make a quilt THIS WINTER with these winnings (plans in the works) ("Brr" by Laurie Wisbrun):


Whew. I feel like I'm missing a few things. So much going on! Do you have a "get 'er done" list, too?





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8 comments:

  1. Oh I just love those polar bears! I really should find me some of those! That is one heck of a list! Good luck with crossing it off...

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  2. I think you have enough in the pipeline with out adding more! ;-)

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  3. Wow, you do have your hands full. I get tired just reading about all you have to do. I know you'll do it though!

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  4. All are lovely but I really like the wedding quilt. So colorful!

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  5. Wow you are spinning your wheels and making some progress!! The wedding quilt is so beautiful:)

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  6. Hey not sure if you've seen this post but maybe it can give you some help with your curves. http://www.shecanquilt.blogspot.ca/2012/10/sewing-curves-lets-do-it.html

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  7. Erin, Thank you!! It's really ironic that you sent this last night because just a couple of hours before I had found it and pinned it so I remembered to look when I tackle the project again!

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  8. I keep such a list on Pinterest--and then look at it as little as possible, lol. I love that polar bear fabric

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