Tuesday, February 9, 2021

To-Do Tuesday 2/9/2021

Happy To-Do Tuesday once again.  It's time to look back at my to-do list from last week, see how I did on accomplishing my goals, then post a new list for the week ahead. I'm linking up with the  To-Do Tuesday Weekly Progress Update and Link-up hosted by Roseanne and Sue at Home Sewn By Us. 

The weekly to-do list continues to help keep me focused on my current projects. It worked so well last week that I had my entire list done by Sunday, which made it possible for me to begin another new project, a Super Bowl Sunday mystery that I blogged about yesterday. Now I have yet one more item on next week's list.

To-Do List for 2/2 - 2/8:
1. Bowties 365--make one yellow bowtie block every day    ✔done 
I'm right on track with these blocks.

2. Stay-at-Home Round Robin (SAHRR)--add Flying Geese border  
See it in THIS blog post.

3. Grassy Creek mystery--finish assembly, decide on borders  ✔done 
I have the quilt center all together and have chosen a multicolor batik for the border.

4. Sewcialites QAL--make block #18   ✔done 
This little 6" block has 40 pieces in it!

5. One Monthly Goal--choose a project & write blog post  ✔done 
Check out my OMG post HERE.

6. 30's Kaleidoscope--cut yellows and start piecing blocks  ✔done 
My yellow blocks are done, except for the outer corners on half the blocks (where you see the grey) because I haven't chosen the fabric yet.

To-Do List for 2/9 - 2/15:
1. Bowties 365--make one bowtie block every day    
2. Grassy Creek mystery--add borders
3. Stay-at-Home Round Robin (SAHRR)--add next round (checkerboard)              
4. Sewcialites QAL--make block #19   
5. Scrap Magnet--make 2 yellow blocks
6. Sister's Choice (OMG)--quilt 3 border sections
7. Super Bowl Mystery--finish making blocks

That should all be more than enough to keep me busy for the next week!  I'll report on my progress and post a new set of goals next Tuesday. I'm linking up with other To-Do Tuesday lists at Home Sewn by Us. 

Julie in GA


  1. Hi Julie! Ooh, I see those yellow blocks and I know what that's for. That batik border on Grassy looks just perfect. It pulls out all the different colors in different places. That is one itty bitty block with 40 (!!) pieces in it but oh so cute. Thanks for linking up! ~smile~ Roseanne

  2. Wow, what a week you had! I love it all, but the last one is on my mind as I am planning the same pattern for my Great-Niece. Only hers will be pinks and purples! Must get on to cutting and still need to buy more fabric. I am so not a purple/pink person I rarely buy it.

  3. You have done such a great job on meeting your goals - love all of your projects! Your Grassy Creek is a beauty!

  4. LOVE that batik border chosen for your Grassy Creek Mystery, Julie!! It really reinforces the feeling of Fall.

  5. What wonderful yellows, but I really like the Grassy Creek even more than before.


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