Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Month of Lasts

This past weekend may have been a weekend of firsts - but I've decided this month will be a month of "lasts", as in finishing some quilts.

Here is my Last list for the month:
  1. I will be picking up my Pink Finity quilt from my quilter on Saturday. It will be ready for binding.
  2. I will be dropping off my Wicked Girlie quilt at the same time and it should be quilted by the end of the month.
  3. I've decided to tie my Don't Touch Me quilt and then that one will be ready for completion.
  4. Since I successfuly machine quilted my doll quilt I'm hoping I will have the courage to machine quilt my Tea Time Splash and my Autumn Stairstepper quilt and finish them.
  5. I have a pincushion to make for a swap.
Will I be able to get the "lasts" done? Stay tuned. I'm hoping my listing them here I'll feel obligated to get them done. Wouldn't it be grand to have 4 adult quilts done for football season? Since there are 4 of us get together to watch football that's one quilt for each person. The Don't Touch Me quilt will go into the Grandchild Hope Chest. When those projects are done it will be time to start working on projects for others.


Molly Mandeville Fryer said...

Looks like you are very busy and very organized. Have a great 4th.
Will it be a quilty one?

Jeanne said...

Positive thoughts for your lasts list. Have a Happy 4th of July.

Gail said...

Good luck with your lasts, we can cheer you on to help you reach your goals. Have a great 4th

Susan said...

You can get them all done. I have faith in you!

sewprimitive karen said...

Nice To Do list. Where did you get your cute little flowery bullets?

Anonymous said...

Paula, here's a pattern for a pillow. I've made lots just making up my own pattern. You can sew it all together for a permanent pillow, or make it with an overlapping opening for decorating options. I made my grandmother about 16 pillowcases and gave her a pillowform so she could have a way to redecorate easily and without storage issues in her new living arrangements.


Kathy in MD