Monday, November 12, 2012

The Short List...

consists of the projects that I have to have done soon.  Like next month.  Or the next one.  From the left they are:



1.  A Tiramisu Baby Blanket, which is just the sweetest little thing! I'd like to have this done by January, I know of a few expectant parents and want to have at least one or two of these ready!

2.  My Gail Pan Christmas Wishes quilt.  I know I posted a picture of it at some point, but can't find it.  Needless to say, it's waited it's turn on the longarm for long enough, time to get it done!

3.  My Primitive Gatherings Old St. Nick Table Mat.  This one is close, a little more blanket stitching, some embroidered snowflakes, assembly and finished.  Should be a quick project!

4.  My Thimbleberries Christmas Tree skirt.  See the corner there?  Where there's a break in the binding?  Daisy must have needed a snack last Christmas and chewed the corner off.  I'll need to remove the binding, curve the edges and rebind it.  Hopefully it won't take too long!

So, that's the short list.  I'm afraid to make the long list!

Vicky, do you have a short list?

7 comments:

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

have fun! looks like you will be busy.

Vicky said...

I did it. I actually listed four projects and made the commitment! We'll do it!!

Meredith said...

Have fun

Thimbleanna said...

Oh no! A chewed Christmas tree skirt! Other than that, it looks like some fun projects. And since they're already started, you'll probably finish them in no time!

Ruth said...

It looks doable. I have the same Gail Pan project, not put together. Maybe I should get busy and put it together before Christmas! That's a good idea! I have a long list with about 17 items on it and I'm afraid that there are more than that.

Judy said...

A short list is doable and you get a sense of accomplishment as you check them off. A long list can be so daunting!

Judy said...

A short list is doable and you get a sense of accomplishment as you check them off. A long list can be so daunting!

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