To-Do Tuesday #67 and Weekly List Update

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  1. Rebecca Grace says:

    Your Sisters are looking great! I like your setting triangles idea. You know, Kaye England has a really cool specialty ruler that takes all of the math and guesswork (and bizarre, non-ruler-friendly measurements!) out of setting triangles so you can cut them from strips. I have to read the directions each time I use it (because I use it so infrequently), but when I need it, it works perfectly and it looks like she has all of her rulers on sale right now:

  2. Your sisters are my sisters too. It does not feel like I am meeting someone new but reuniting with old friends…since the fabrics are so familiar 🙂 grey Grunge is the perfect neutral choice. You can always use a bright/striped binding to further enliven the quilt. Looks like top-secret Virtual Cookie Exchange Blog Hop isn’t very secret now. I love the red snowflake fabric. Stay safe and big hugs to you.

  3. chrisknits says:

    Wonderful projects going on there! Can’t wait to see the finishes.

  4. Angie says:

    I think you made the right call on the background fabric for the Sisters. They POP much more in the second photo. Congrats on checking things off that To Do List!!!

  5. Cheree Hull says:

    Such fun scrappiness up there on #1! Great job getting your to-do’s done!

  6. Can’t wait to see what you come up with for the hop! I have two brilliant ideas to make up between now and the two I am doing 12/4 and 12/6! You did well last week, looking forward to seeing what you accomplish.

  7. Whew! So wonderfully busy. Love the Sister blocks – so vibrant.

  8. quiltinggail says:

    Thank you for the chart … I love it!!! It just makes sense!
    I love the grey for the sister’s blocks … you’re right – they should shine!
    Looking forward to seeing your “cookie” project and the finished snowman!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  9. Rochelle Summers says:

    I love the way the Sisters are coming along. Yes, that gray really did the trick! And I’m drooling over the virtual Christmas Cookie Project…will there be a recipe as well as a block? Great job on the runner. I’m looking forward to what you decide for quilting on the Alaska table runner. Have a great week!

  10. For all the intricacies of that Sisters Block, having them ‘shine’ is a must. Gray works.
    I like the orangey-with-gold-specks fabric in your Cookie fabric stash, BTW.

  11. Sherrie says:

    The Sisters blocks are beautiful…I agree on the gray…makes the sister blocks pop. Beautiful fabrics for the Virtual Cookie Exchange project. Have a great day!

  12. Vicki in MN says:

    I think I see some snowflakes for your top secret project. Something to look forward to. I didn’t sign up for the hop, getting to tired perhaps, haha. I think you chose right in a solid for your sisters block settings.

  13. Sharon says:

    I agree that your gray works better than the prints for your sisters. You are almost finished with the piecing! Won’t they make a happy quilt!

  14. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Great job on your list this week!! Love the gray with the sisters blocks. Looking forward to seeing how you put them together, and that IS a handy chart to have. I found one somewhere when I was making our guild quilt last year but can’t remember where. I’ve bookmarked this page so now I know where it is!! Thanks for that link. You are going to have a busy month. Looking forward to your Virtual Cookie Exchange project!!

  15. Connie says:

    Thank you for the chart, very helpful! And I am loving those international sisters blocks, can’t wait to see it completed! Beautiful!!

  16. karenfae says:

    the gray sounds good for the sisters I think.

  17. I agree on the solid gray for our sisters quilt – you definitely don’t want anything to compete with those sisters and their fun dresses. I love seeing a fabric pull for an upcoming blog hop, too! That means we all have a fun project and blog hop to look forward to! Have a great day, Roseanne!

  18. The solid grey works perfectly for the setting triangles and the sneak peak of your binding (with coordinating binding clip) of the snowman runner looks great! Have a wonderful day, Mary.

  19. Oooo, what are you making for the Hop? I think my project is done, but I may add a few more to the mix. Who knows? Your sisters are looking good!

  20. Now that is an intriguing peek at your fabric for the Blog Hop Project! Fun times are coming 😉

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