Saturday, July 7, 2018

I got Nothin' !!

All week, it seems I have run around in circles.   I made myself a list of things to do.

1. Download Jenny's Year in the Garden stitchery for July.  DONE
2. Post about July's OMG.    DONE
3. Check at Kat & Cat's blog for the new block for Covered in Love.  DONE
4. Download the printable July calendar from Connie at Freemotion by the River.  DONE
5. Read and decide if I will participate in Bonnie Hunter's Leaders and Enders project for the next year! DONE
6. Check out the challenge number for All People Quilt July selection! DONE
7. Pull some RED scraps!  DONE , TOO!


Results:
1. Started stitching January!


2. En Provence:
Ready for the final neutral 4 patch borders.

3. A bit of July's red color!
I'll make 7 more of these before the end of August to send to Covering In Love.  Very doable!

4. I have a homemade journal/planner. So these printables are way more fun than the plain Jane ones from a different site of the internet! Thanks, Connie!  I've attempted to hide the personal stuff!

5. I have decided to pass.  I am still working on Leaders and Enders Tumblers from 2015!

6. It's #7  My QOV that I must re-do.  See this post!

7.  Scraps are dumped!  These look more maroon here....I may have to invade my Christmas scraps!
But that is all I got done toward the RSC 2018 July color of the month!

Stay Busy and Stay Happy or at least Squirrely!

Oh, and I'll link this post at So Scrappy! 

 And I finished the audio book I was listening to. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas.  It is listed as a YA book, but there is lots of language in it. Other than that warning, I recommend it. You might want to read the synopsis before deciding. It is a controversial topic. 

8 comments:

  1. Rounding up the scraps in the Color of the Month is often the hardest part. My RED scraps are hiding all over the studio. You are off to a good start. Paring down your goals into manageable task is important!

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  2. Sometimes I think I have too many goals!🤪

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  3. Love all your projects! And Doug, we often call our dogs Doug because they are very distractible!!! LOL

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    1. Thanks for your comments! I can get distracted fairly easily these days....”senior moments”!!

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  4. Very organized and you got a lot done this week, looking forward to seeing what those red scraps turn into.

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    1. Thanks Edith, it felt like not much was accomplished.....but I have red slab blocks for Rsc18. I’ll post on So Scrappy Saturday.

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  5. Your title cracked me up!! I like the *Nothin's* that you got done!

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    1. I’m still not getting blog comments in my email. I’ll have to do the “correction” again. I have a new iPad, so it might be operator error!!

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