October Project List
Finish Mr. B's Lego quilt (waiting for some dragon appliques to arrive from an Ebay purchase) The theme of this is Lego Ninjago (ninja's). Five very detailed appliqued squares of the five main Lego characters of the show. I'll get photos of this once I get the top pieced together. It is going to be one of my better quilting accomplishments (she says with *cough* confidence).
Finish placemats (making them from two vintage floral tablecloths I found at flea market)
|Original pattern is for knitting, but how easy to do in fleece and felt|
Sew a skeleton doll with Mr. B (we're going to call this a skeleton pillow because he is six and would be mortified if I suggested he play with a doll!) I have always told Mr. B that when he got to be six years old, he could sew on my sewing machine. I just didn't plan for the time to go by this fast! But a promise is a promise! So this might be a good first project for him. (Second project, actually. He made a fleece quilt for the cat when he was three, sitting in my lap at the machine to sew it.)
Choose a quilt for guest room, design and get cut out. These are the two I'm deciding between:
|The quilt hanging on the door is a very simple block to figure out.|
|I love the symmetry of this design - it would make a beautiful quilt!|
That's it. If I can get this much done during the month of October, I will be one happy girl.
Life is good - especially when you feel productive!