Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Tuesday To-Do 4.20.21

Today I'm going to work on finishing my asterisk blocks for the Full Stop quilt for the RSC21.  You can get the details on Angela's blog here.

Due to my toe/other mishaps this week I was able to complete my list with ease.  Sunday morning I got up and went to church.  When we got home I was out of energy.  I chalked it up to delivering groceries to people in our area for the Farmers to Families food distribution by our church.  I slept ALL DAY!  Yesterday I slept half a day.  Today I'm a little congested but that seems to be it.  I think I'm on the mend.  Looks like I'll sew some more today and get a few more things done.  It couldn't have happened at the perfect time.  My husband worked out of town yesterday and today and tomorrow our son has state math testing.  My resting time will be built in to my schedule automatically!

I really like making lists.  I like it so much I plan on linking up at ChrisKnits each Tuesday that I can.  The linky party for this week is here.

Here's my list from this week of April 13th:

1.  Make sashing and cornerstones for the Scrap Crystals quilt.  Start assembling the rows.

2.  Complete the turkey blocks with bright blue backgrounds for Gobble Gobble (Lori Holt) quilt.

3.  Cut light/bright blue 2.5" strips for the Stay Centered quilt.

4.  Find a light/bright blue fabric in my stash to use as a border for Owl's Well That Ends Well.  

Here's my list for this week of April 20th:

1.  Complete asterisk blocks for the Full Stop (RSC21) quilt.

2.  Complete the blue row for the Stay Centered quilt.

3.  Make 3.5" rail fence blocks as leader/enders.

4.  Pull fabrics to make pieced backs for Owl's Well That Ends Well quilt and Scrap Crystals quilt.

5.  Sew together a row or two of turkeys for the Gobble Gobble quilt.


patty a. said...

I am glad you have been able to turn your mishaps into constructive time. You are killin' those lists! I am glad you are on the mend.

Cheree @ The Morning Latte said...

Congrats on completing so much. And on sleeping so much . That sounds super-healing and clearly needed!

Kathy S. said...

I've had trouble sleeping for years. This year things are looking much better for some reason. I hope my sleeping habits continue to improve. It's definitely healing.

Kathy S. said...

I'm so happy to cross something off the list! I haven't crossed any big projects off this week, but each week they are getting closer and closer, Patty. I was going to do a QAL (on my sidebar). I haven't decided if I am going to start it or not.

Linda Swanekamp said...

So thrilled you accomplish so much from your list. I am glad you feel better. Getting some rest is definitely a must on your list. Your work is so beautiful it inspires me.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Nice job on getting those first two Full Stop Asterisks made, Kathy! Listen to your body and try not to over-do.

Kathy S. said...

Thank you, Linda. Rest is definitely on the list for this week. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods.

Kathy S. said...

I need to learn to rest from time to time.

chrisknits said...

Looks like you are kicking that list! Thanks for linking up with To-Do Tuesday!