To-Do #52+45 Weekly Recap Update

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  1. Kathryn says:

    All the best with the February goal, ah yes Maths – I should be alright at it but get a bit nervous when it comes to the quilt! I tend to over order on fabric or plan what I am going to do if I run out and there is not enough of something. Hope you have been able to get the fabric.

  2. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    Ah…the best-laid plans…I will gladly help you get the missing fabric if you need help!!

  3. I hate it when math gets the better of our fabric. I was used to generous FQs at the lqs that I worked at and it gets me everytime. 18 inches and a washed FQ are not the same measurement. Hope you find a solution (or more fabric). I gotta get sewing on Sherry’s SAL, but I am busy on the blog today getting things done. Maybe later…. I missed OMG – just as well. There is always next month.

  4. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, It is always a bummer when things do not go as planned! I hope that you and Sue can get everything all figured out and the quilt will be a great success! You were able to complete the other two goals and that is a wonderful accomplishment, always think about the good stuff! Here is to having a fantastic day!!!! Huge Smiles and Hugs are smacking into you right now!!!!!

  5. chrisknits says:

    You may have faltered, but you’re not out yet!! Keep running!!!

  6. sandradny says:

    Pick me! Pick me! I need a win this week 🙂

  7. Oh, been there, done that. Not having enough fabric is frustrating, but I’m sure you’ll recover well, even if you don’t make your OMG. Love that bold stripe! I think having those two items on your to-do list is enough; #3 would be take breaks and eat chocolate. Haha.

  8. Oh no — are you able to purchase more fabric for you OMG? I’ve started a baby quilt with the make mine a double pattern, using a charm pack I’ve got all the 16 patches made– not sure when I’ll finish it — this week is busy and in two week the kids come for a visit.

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