Here we are at the beginning of another month. I need 3 projects to finish for my PhD in 2020 – time to step up my game. As I look over the year, I am pleased with what I have done and I think I can get 12 of my UFOs completed by the end of the year. As you can see below, there are a whole slew of finishes for new projects started in 2020 that are finished (16!). With the 9 UFOs, I finished, I am at 25 projects. I should be able to get 12 UFOs done and all the ones listed on the 2020 new quilts. I think that means means I have 34 finished projects for the year!
My Paula Nadelstern block is the one I will finish this month for my One Monthly Goal. I will make a second block and make a wall hanging. The trouble with this month is I will be away from Maine for a little more than I would like due to our strange schedules. I don’t think covid will change anything, but that might be taunting that nasty creature by even uttering those words!
I thought I would share a few other things I have been doing. I have attended a few seminars/launches on line and thought you might like to hear about them.
Stephanie Hackney of Hobbs Batting gave a seminar about all the different types of batting – I learned a lot about their batting. Here’s one You Tube video with some of the information she shared, and some of the facts she gave are on this page. There is also a sheet explaining some information that is handy to have – here’s a link. The seminar was sponsored by Batting Super Sale*. I love her service and she is very knowledgeable about her products – so get in touch with her and order and email any questions.
Now, Accuquilt was another seminar I watched. They were showing off these systems and there are more launch parts scheduled. Here is a registration link* for one on 11/17 at 12 CST. It is fun to watch, and sometimes there are prizes. I love my Accuquilt GO* and the starter set is a great way to get a lot of useful pieces. Having the 2 1/2″ strip cutter and 8″cube gives you lots of common shapes to cut from. On the other hand, I would consider the Accuquilt Go Me* as a great place to start and a little less money upfront while you check it out.
I also did a seminar from Shannon Fabrics on making a Cuddle Luxe Throw. There was a lot of good information here and there are a ton of these scheduled here. Also, I am doing an embroidery seminar from Sulky (link to seminar here). There is a lot out there, avail yourself of some new experiences…and see what you can find out.
Tell me what fun things you have been learning during these Covid Times.
Coming Up on the Blog:
2020 Monthly Color Block
Tips and Tutorials – 11/22
2020 Monthly Color Block – December 1
Virtual Cookies Exchange & Christmas Blog Hop – Dec 1-4
Surprise Hop – Dec 6
TGIFF – December 18
TTot@@ – 12/22