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November/ December Goals

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It’s that time of year when I can’t show most of what I’m sewing, so you’ll have to take my word that I’m making progress. And I am! Here are those donation quilt blocks.

November Goals:

  1. Finish cardinal Christmas quilt. Yes! Here.
  2. Secret Christmas project. Partially. I finished one, and have one more to go.
  3. Make blocks for a donation quilt (probably log cabins). Yes, I’ve made 24 blocks.

Bonus: Made two hostess gifts.

I don’t usually sew much for Christmas, but I am making a few gifts this year. I’ll share them later. And I’m doing a few things for my enjoyment.

December Goals:

  1. Finish Secret Christmas project.
  2. Sew two more Christmas gifts.
  3. Make donation blocks for Kat’s Covered in Love.
  4. Pull fabrics and begin cutting for Charlotte Hawke’s mystery quilt.

Are you seeing this?

I’ve changed my blog’s address (I don’t know why, it seemed like a good idea at the time). WordPress claims that everything should transition seamlessly, but I can’t really tell. Would you all mind leaving me a comment to let me know if you’re receiving these posts in the way you are used to, and if you’ve had any trouble commenting? Or if you can’t comment for some reason, you can email me at valerie at rootcentral dot org or Tweet me at Scooquilt.

Thanks!

Author: Valerie

I'm Valerie, also known as Scooquilt. I am passionate about fabric and quilting. My quilts are colorful and modern, but grounded in traditional blocks. My degrees are in Fine Arts and Education. I'm retired from teaching and trying to quilt daily. Reading, gardening, and cats are also important to me.

4 thoughts on “November/ December Goals

  1. I have not noticed a problem receiving these two December posts. Thanks for sharing your quilting journey

  2. Every year I say I’m not making people things but then end up doing it. It’s how quilters show love. I’m thinking of changing from blogger just because it’s so hard to lost from an iPad and that’s what I use .

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