Monday, December 28, 2015

Design Wall UFO

With all the holiday disorganization, I am really out of my routine and woke up this morning wondering what day it is and what I should be doing. In Ontario today is the stat holiday for Boxing Day and many people have the day off work. And do you know what that means?!? 
It's a quilting day!



On the design wall is my December UFO that has been untouched since well before the Christmas activity frenzy began. It's time to get this UFO closer to becoming a finished quilt. The problem is that I'd like to work on step #5 of the Quiltville mystery. Maybe I'll do both today!
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9 comments:

  1. I have learned if I don't do what I feel like doing, I don't get much accomplished.

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  2. This one is so close. HURRY and finish it so you can sew on the Mystery! The linky is good all week. Happy Boxing Day!

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  3. This is a great Christmas quilt! Finish it this week and it still counts for this Christmas. You'll be so happy to pull it out next year.

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  4. I just finished clue #4 today so,like you, I'm anxious to start # 5 on Bonnie's mystery.

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  5. That is a wonderful Christmas quilt, it should be spectacular when you quilt it. Do what makes you happy, and enjoy your sewing day!

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  6. I am done with Christmas presents and just want to sew for me and for fun. Today I am working on getting to clue 5. I am just starting clue 3. The Christmas frenzy is over and I will put the decorations and tree away and get back into my routine, with teaching a class and many others to take, the new year is shaping up already!!!

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  7. Hope you got in lots of stitching time on both projects. I way behind on Allietare, but should get caught up some this evening.

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  8. Your Christmas quilt is wonderful! Hope you get to spend time with it!

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  9. This is such a fun Christmas design.
    You are so good at multi-tasking, I think you can handle working on both projects. : )

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