March 2019 – UFO and OMG

I’m still spending part of my “Sewing Time” trying to organize my sewing room, unfinished projects and expected projects. I’m trying to do better with my time so I can feel that I am accomplishing things and not just feel like I’m going in circles.

I’ve been making lists and charts. As I clean in my sewing room, I keep finding more and more that needs to be done, so I keep adding them to my lists.

My March UFO – #8 – Table Topper from Autumn Jubilee 2016, sponsored by Carole on her blog, From My Carolina Home.

Autumn Jubilee 2016 – Table Topper.

I was making decent progress with this QAL. This is a picture before the rows were sewn together. After completing this far, I felt it needed a border to frame it, but didn’t have any fabric I wanted to use. So this is what still needs to be done:

  • Find fabric for a border & add
  • Sandwich Backing/Batting/Top
  • Quilt
  • Make & Add the Binding

My March OMG – Complete 3 Blocks for two Project Linus Mystery Quilts

  • Project Linus 2018 Mystery Quilt Challenge – Week 2 – Block “Wrapped Candy”
  • Project Linus 2017 Mystery Quilt Challenge – Week 6A – Block “Elephant/Ethan” (make 2)

I’m linking up to Elm Street Quilts – March One Monthly Goal.

Do you make lists? And do you find they help you accomplish more? Hope you find some time to stitch this weekend!


About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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1 Response to March 2019 – UFO and OMG

  1. Patty says:

    Mystery blocks sounds like fun! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.


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