To-Do #52 Weekly Update – One Year!

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  1. That’s one way to meet a goal. But you still made progress on some thing. Sue did a beautiful job on the hand quilting. Yes, layouts can be played with multiple times and then sometimes they get switched (by accident and some intentional) on the way to the sewing machine. The I-Spy quilt looks so fun.

  2. Roseanne, There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a break from sewing. The time away helps to recharge your battery and rekindle your craving. The hand quilting adds so much dimension to the bubbles baby quilt. Here’s to a new week filled with energy and enthusiasm! 🙂

  3. Kathryn says:

    Happy to hear you took a break, so important. Love the hand quilting, its on my wish list to try some time. All the best with this week’s plans.

  4. chrisknits says:

    Give it time, you will get there. I am sure the prolonged weather is draining us all of creativity!

  5. It’s OK to take a break … you’ve been going strong and steady for quite a while. You’ll get your mojo back and soon be posting that you’ve accomplished all of your “to do” list! Happy Quilting! 🙂

  6. Just think of the little engine that could;)

  7. sandradny says:

    Love the bubbles hand quilting!

  8. Ellen Ison says:

    You did get your postcards from Sweden flimsy (as you call it) to the longarmer. So that’s something 😄

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