To-Do Tuesday #242 Weekly Update

Join us today for the 242nd weekly To-Do Tuesday list and update. Gladys Taber wrote, “Contentment is a list with half of it crossed off.” We are joining Linda as the host of the To-Do Tuesday linky party. She is doing a fabulous job and we thank her for that!

To-Do for the week of January 25th through 31st:

  1. Round Three in the SAHRR √ Done
  2. Continue the appliqué blocks for Colt’s quilt – √ Done
  3. Short list = stress-free! – √ Done

To Do #1

The Round Three prompt for the Stay At Home Round Robin 2022 (SAHRR) was announced just yesterday right here on our blog! We chose a star in spite of already having a star being our center block. We took the wonky star route similar to what we did last year but don’t feel like you need to as well.

Each individual wonky star block measures 6.5″ unfinished. I also shared that we are taking our piece in a different direction from the wall hanging we were making. Addison needs a dresser runner for her new big girl dresser that she just received. We’re on it! Also, don’t forget we have an open linky party to share your progress.

To-Do #2

One golf ball has been completed and I am happy with how it came together. This is probably the easiest of all the blocks! Just one trip around

I wanted to give you a close-up shot of the background fabric we chose for the golf ball. It’s a pale gray with various sprinkles of brown and tan and blue . . . We used the same grass fabric that is the background on the football. Seven blocks finished, twenty-three to go.

To-Do for the week of February 1st through 7th:

  1. Work on the Round Four prompt for the SAHRR
  2. Do more appliqué blocks for Colty’s quilt – there are a total of 23 blocks to go
  3. Start a baby quilt inspired by Quilting Gail’s Polar Bear Plunge post
  4. That’s it – a short, stress-free list! This is the limit for the length of the list in order to continue stress-free!

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10 Responses

  1. Chris says:

    Mr Colt is going to love his quilt!!! Great job on all your projects!!!

  2. Roseanne I love the golf ball! This is just going to be such a fun quilt when you get all of those sports blocks done..

  3. Kathleen McCormick says:

    Keeping it short and stress free is perfect. I love that Addison is getting the dresser topper/runner!

  4. All the best with the wonky star round, so interesting to see how these tops are working out. You will get there with Colt’s quilt, the fun is in the doing and thinking of Colt. All those blocks gives you so much time to delight in the thought of him. Keep the stress free going.

  5. Linda says:

    Your wonky stars are adorable, and I need to get started on mine tomorrow. That golf ball looks great! Love the fabrics you chose for the background and grass. Have a great rest of the week!
    Thank you for your kind words and thanks for linking up with To Do Tuesday!

  6. I love your wonky stars, Roseanne! They complement your original star nicely because they have all the colors in them. That golf ball and tee are great, too! Sounds like you’re doing a wonderful job of keeping things stress free!

  7. Rochelle Summers says:

    I like the way you are planning your weeks. A few blocks for Colt, the SAHRR and I see you added a new item. It’s nice to hear from you 2 days in a row. That golf ball is just right with the speckles on it and I love the grass fabric. Are you still doing jigsaw puzzles? Hope you are staying healthy and WARM!

  8. Cheree Hull says:

    Great block and yay, seven down! You deserved an easy one!

  9. Wendy Tuma says:

    You had a good week, and I’m sure this week will be the same! Love those wonky stars!

  10. I’ve never done a wonky star, but I like the way the look with your Tula Pink fabric!! I know Addison will love her dresser runner! Glad you had a stress-free week!

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