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Tuesday, March 16, 2021

To Do Tuesday

To Do Tuesday:

Last week's goals:

1. Assemble Windmill top minus borders ✔

2. Piece border strips - / not all of them, but I got a good start

3. 4 masterpiece blocks - X👎 fail on this one

4. Load Black Memory Round Robin on the basting frames - 

While I didn't check off everything, I did work on some things that were not on the list.  That happens some times.  I completed hand applique' on a Diamond Hill border and posted about it earlier this week.

This week's goals:

1. Piece eight houses for my new Block of the Month from the Quilt Show called Color My World.  I have selected the fabrics from scraps and have them organized for half of the houses this month.

2. Begin quilting Black Memory Round Robin.  It is my One Monthly Goal and WOOFA challenge.  It is not very big, so it should go quickly.

3. Assemble the first four pieces of my Windmill Border.

4. Do some Diamond Hill Applique'.

5. Piece two Omigosh blocks. They are started.  These little blocks finish at 4 1/2 inches.  I will be making them forever,  but they are cute and worth it.

6. Piece two Masterpiece blocks.

I am also linking up with:

Midweek Makers

Wednesday Wait Loss


  1. Great to see the Windmill blocks all together. You have wonderful projects on the go.

  2. Your Windmill top is coming together beautifully! Happy stitching this week, you definitely have some fun projects in the works.

  3. Sounds like a busy week. That house block is so adorable!

  4. Hi,
    You got a lot done last week. Your list for next week
    looks busy too..thanks for stopping by my place.
    Have a great day!

  5. Looks like a lot of fun projects and gorgeous fabrics pulled! Thanks for linking up!

  6. Well done, some great projects there, cute little houses

  7. Good job. The Windmill quilt looks great and I love the little 9patch gems.

  8. Hi again! That Windmill quilt is just gorgeous. WOWEE. Was that block hard to make? It sure looks like it was. Of course, I think you're the PP master, in my mind, so you can do anything and everything! ~smile~ Roseanne

  9. Your windmill quilt is so lovely and so unusual. I love that little houses under the tree applique. You've done a lot.

  10. your windmills are looking great and you get so much sewing are so organised........

  11. Great projects underway! Love your Windmill quilt and can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.


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