Monday Goals

Monday, December 19, 2011

Time for goals.  Yes, its Christmas week but I'll still try to sew.

  1. Finish 6 Anita's Arrowhead blocks
  2. Sew on a UFO

That's about all I can do, no stash here to tickle my brain.   
I did go to the quilt shop.  Since shops are feeling the recession too--I did my bit to stimulate the economy!


A lot of variety there!  Henrietta has already claimed this piece--


Beautiful bright chickens!  Henrietta has a weakness for chicken fabric--I wanted enough for a backing--but there was less than 2 yds.  Oh well, we'll just be frugal with it and bits and pieces will be tucked into projects.  

And then I saw this fabric----


So many different colors--do you think that is why I like it?   Hmmm--probably--a scrappy fabric!

Tonight Mason and I will make cookies.  Yesterday we dipped peanut butter balls--Mason was all excited until he found out he could only eat ONE--not all of them as he dipped them!   I've decided to stay in Minnesota until after Christmas, I had planned to go home in between--now I'm not sure when "in between" was!   

I doubt Ken has gotten the Christmas quilt out and put it on the bed.  I made it several years ago--yes, its hand pieced---and is made out of all Christmas fabrics. 

Grandmothers Flower Garden
A king size Grandmother's Flower Garden.  I had a lot of Christmas fabrics, and inherited some from my mother and grandmother's stashes.  Friends gave me some leftovers from their projects.  That Christmas stash was pretty large, I made two king size quilts and a queen size---pieced one backing--and the box still has quite a bit in it.  

Christmas Log Cabin
The log cabin quilt is on the wall--it doesn't look very big--but that wall is 8 foot from floor to ceiling--it covers from top to bottom.  The 3rd quilt is on a bed, its a Chinese coins quilt and its the smallest--a queen size.   I put the box of Christmas fabrics away, I'm not sure what to do with the rest.  

A week until Christmas, I have completed all my sewing gifts.  Are your Christmas projects finished?  Or will Santa find you sewing the last bit in place when he's delivering presents?  







9 comments:

Nancy said...

Way to go, Mason! Peanut Butter Balls are a favorite of mine, too.

Merry Christmas to you and yours.

Vicki W said...

I think I have that same chicken fabric. I bought it to make placemats but I haven't done it yet...as usual!

Anita Grossman Solomon said...

I'll get to my holiday cards if you get to your Arrowheads. Seasons Greetings,
-Anita

pcflamingo said...

One last Christmas-themed table runner to do and I'm done. Love that chicken fabric - it's a hoot! Or a cluck-cluck or something. Very Merry Christmas!

Henrietta said...
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Henrietta said...

flumble flingers

"... bits and pieces will be tucked into projects" MINE!

Stephanie D. said...

Mmmm, peanut butter balls! If I was Mason, I'd be sneaking a few on the side, myself.

No sewing here. I had ambitions, but ain't gonna happen.

Susan said...

What a nice show and tell! I love the quilts and that second fabric - the scrappy one is just so interesting!

Missy Shay said...

You did a great job on your hexies quilt! I love the colors!