2021 To-Do #10

by | Mar 9, 2021 | 7 comments

Hello friends! I hope you have all had a great week and are ready to take on a new one! This is the 10th post for 2021 to-do lists! Here we go!

Last week’s list:

  • Finish RSC Color Challenge Block – √ done! I even got the fancy stitches on both the February (yellow) and January blocks!
  • Quilt and bind Table Scraps Challenge – √ partially done – I just need to make or buy some binding and get it bound. Have I mentioned, I really love binding on a roll?!! ☺I had a lot of fun playing with ruler work to outline everything, free motion – working on feathers, butterflies and bees, and using ProStitcher for the centers of the flower on the left and bottom. Swirls and curls seems to be a go to motif for me!
  • If time permits, begin quilting block 6 of Sunshine Cove – I cut the backing and batting and am ready to sandwich it and get quilting.

I decided to take a few days off, but am glad I got some of my list done!

For the week of 3/8/21 – 3/15/21, I would like to:

  • Get Block 6 quilted –
  • If time permits, get the center of Block 6 finished –
  • Maybe chase a squirrel that keeps running through my head –

I’ll be linking up for To-Do Tuesday this week with Chris at ChrisKnits. So…what’s under your needle this week?

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7 Comments

  1. sewcraftyme

    Hi Brenda I’m so impressed you have a ToDo list. And manage to stick to it. Could you please send me the link to your Twitter account? I do post your progress on there with a pic but I’d like to tag you as well. Thanks and keep on sewing and making the world more beautiful.

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  2. Cheree Hull

    Love the cheery flowers for spring :o)!

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  3. stitchinggrandma

    Oh my goodness I love the quilting on the Table Scraps Challenge. I’m guessing you did it on your long arm when you refer to the Pro Stitcher. My favorite binding method is Susie’s Magic Binding. Often it is called “binding with a flange”. It is simple to make the binding, the piping/flange gives an extra “pop” of color, and NO hand stitching. On this project though, I wonder with the elements so very close to the edge if a traditional binding or even FACING would work better. Be well. Not much happening in my sewing room.

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  4. rl2b2017

    Hi Brenda! Wait – you can BUY binding on a roll?????? Please tell me where and how! I never heard of such a thing – HAHA! Gosh, I love seeing the closeup photos of your quilting. Perfect choices for all the different areas and doesn’t that piece just scream Spring?! Your RSC blocks are fun, too. They look so pretty. {{Hugs}} Don’t listen to Chris – she’s the queen of squirrels lately! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  5. chrisknits

    Oh, please let the Squirrel out! I don’t want to be the only one who gives in to those pesky varmints! LOL.

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  6. Sherrie

    Hi,
    Beautiful yellow and pink blocks. Love your flowers and
    bees…so pretty. Have a great day!

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  7. Vicki in MN

    Your flower piece is looking wonderful for spring!

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