Tuesday, October 1, 2013

September Get-It-Done Results and October Goals

September results:

1.  Complete applique on Dresden project.  Only 40% complete
2.  Layer, quilt, and bind jelly roll project.  DONE.
3.  Edit pattern for jelly roll project; finalize for publishing.  Not done.
4.  Write & post tutorial for hidden zipper pillow to blog (requires reconfiguring tutorial tab).  Posted but still need to re-post charmed snowball tutorial and reconfigure tutorial tab.
5.  Keep up with bee blocks. QF 1st Saturday - Done.  Sew Bee It - no block was handed out in Sept.  Piecing Group - one of two busy blocks done. Will do the other in October since Oct. is a catch-up month.

So, not a very good track record for September.  In my defense, I was gone for 15 days and had some other stuff to do when I returned.  I did slightly better on my unpublished goals, but certainly did not achieve them all.

October Goals: well, obviously some will have to carry over from September....

1.  Complete applique on Dresden project. 
2.  Complete table runner & placemats.
3.  Edit pattern for jelly roll project, now called LINKED; finalize for publishing. 
4.  Reconfigure tutorial tab, repost Charmed Snowballs tutorial, & post hidden zipper tutorial.
5.  Keep up with bee blocks.
6.  Participate in pillow project sew-in if held in October

Other quilty things on tap for this month are related to The Quintessential Quilt 2013 Show being held at the library in U-City.   QQ2013 is the St. Louis region's premiere juried and judged quilt show; it hangs for most of October, and it's free. On Thursday the 3rd I'm helping to hang the show during the daytime; on Sunday the opening lecture and reception take place; and on Tuesday the 15th another program will be held at the library.  If you're in the St. Louis area, please come visit.

Linking up with Judy at Patchwork Times; thank you Judy for keeping us accountable to our goals!

1 comment:

  1. Have fun at the quilt show! We (Fabric and Friends Quilt Shop, Roanoke, IN) just had a group of 6 gals from St Louis stop in our shop yesterday!