To-Do Tuesday Linky #28 & Weekly Progress Update

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  1. Rochelle Summers says:

    You never let the grass grow under your feet!! So proud of all your accomplishments … and this after time with the littles!

  2. Sharon says:

    Great post this week, history & quilt block. I like your idea of keeping your quilt design handy. I can see how that would be very helpful for staying on track with the design. Good luck on your t-shirt quilt!

  3. chrisknits says:

    LOL, it’s bad when you have to return to work for rest!!! Good luck with your Quilty plans!

  4. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, Amazing that you achieved all of your goals with all of the activity going on. I can tell that you and Sue enjoyed every moment! That is what matters. Have a blast with all of your new goals. Thank you for sharing and have a fabulous day!

  5. Pretty quilting design! I love your blue-green fabric!

  6. Love your quilting! I like that your board is propped on your machine … no way can you forget what you’re doing! And your mantra for the design is perfect!
    I need to make a t-shirt quilt! You are inspiring me! The t-shirts are in bags under one of my machines! Perhaps I should take a look at them … soon!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  7. Oh wow, that history–and actual letter–are amazing! I love WWII history (outside of the atrocities, that is). Good luck on your to-do’s for the week. As much as I’ve quilted and as much as my kids have been in sports (TONS of t-shirts for various events), I can’t believe I’ve not made a t-shirt quilt….yet.

  8. I’m just impressed that you are going after free motion. I just can’t seem to get there. I just watched a Midnight Quilt Show with Angela Walters where she made a very cool t-shirt quilt. My daughter has requested one; I’m procrastinating. Haha!

  9. How serendipitous…I’d been thinking about your mention of the clear plastic sheeting for exploring different quilting patterns on a WIP (I’m actually getting better at my free motion quilting skills!), but couldn’t remember the details…
    I’m wondering if using those sheets of ‘overhead projector’ plastic would work? Smaller, yes, but in my very limited space, might work better plus they’d be more portable – in packing but also in arranging in various areas of the quilt in progress.
    Insights?

  10. I really like your design for the quilting, Roseanne! I’ve never managed to get the hang of FMQ, so I’m very impressed with what you’re accomplishing!

  11. Laura says:

    Looks like you’ve got a doable list for the week, Roseanne. 🙂

  12. Kathryn says:

    Love the quilting that you’ve done. It looks like it has left the quilt lovely and soft which is what I always want. Looks like we are both onto the binding leg which is great.

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