To-Do Tuesday Linky #32 & Weekly Progress Update

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  1. Sharon says:

    As we all settle in to this Covid19 pause, I hope you two have an enjoyable week sewing.

  2. It’s a good time to get those sewing projects going and like me….visit you for inspiration! I love your beautiful quilts! Stay healthy and happy!

  3. Perhaps the increase in participants in your ToDoTuesday posts due to COVID-19 will shed some positive light on the situation – you’re offering a forum for those of us ‘at home’ longer than usual.
    Virtual hugs (they’re non-virus spreading!)

  4. Kate says:

    Great progress on the to do list from last week. It’s been easy to get distracted about the virus and the associated damage to the economy. I’ve quit following the news. I check our state health department site, the CDC site and the John Hopkins maps just once a day. It does make it easier to manage the stress. Hope you get your mojo back and can enjoy some stress relieving stitching. Take care.

  5. I really really like Crabapple Hill’s embroidery patterns. I love them even better colored. It does take some time to get the coloring done I know. It will be so pretty!

    I am glad Sierra is safely at home. Stay safe and healthy!

  6. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne and Sue, Like you, trying to keep up with all that is going on, it is all, well…just? I understand the way that Sue feels about the embroidery project. I wish her many hours of happy stitching! You seem like you have all of your projects all planned out and ready for the next step. I for some reason have not been getting your posts and LOL just realized that. I need to pay more attention. LOL. Have a fantastic day!

  7. Vicki in MN says:

    I think the crisis is affecting us all in many ways. I didn’t sew a thing all week. Still have a cold, but getting a bit better. Hoping things settle down soon.

  8. quiltinggail says:

    This post reminded me that I was going to follow along with you making the T-shirt quilt! Perhaps that will be on next week’s ToDo list!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  9. Rochelle Summers says:

    This Corona Virus has really given us all pause. I hope you get your sew-jo back this week. I am working on some donation quilts to settle me down and will hopefully be able to concentrate soon on a more challenging pattern I want to try out. I’m going to have to work really hard not to check the news (every 10 minutes) for the latest developments. Staying home, sewing, reading, watching movines, planning healthy meals, and talking to my family and friends. I’m enormously grateful to have the technology to keep in touch with quilting bloggers like you.

  10. Marti says:

    Maybe that’s why I haven’t been in the sewing room as much. But you have got a lot of planning done for your next projects; I can’t wait to see the t-shirts begin.

  11. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    Yes I’ve been feeling a bit off about things as well…just getting my head around it all I guess. Meanwhile, kudos to Sue with that lovely colouring and embroidery. And to you for recycling t shirts. Always lots to inspire here, Roseanne.

  12. You have some fun projects going on! I’m home, so my to do list for today is to get settled back in and figure out what we have and have not (for self isolation). So glad to be home, but we had a wonderful time with our daughter.

  13. Susan says:

    Lots of projects to get started at your place!

  14. I love the Salem Witches project and so glad Sue is enjoying it. I should bring my tshirt project out but I can’t face it just yet….maybe in the summer. Meanwhile, need to get my hop mini in process today – its only for Friday!

  15. There’s always a lot of figuring to be done for a t-shirt quilt – I would happily give that job to Sue if I were making one! 🙂 looking forward to that blog hop, too!

  16. It’s definitely a weird time in the world these days. Hopefully our projects will help with all the uncertainty. Love how the Salem Witches project is shaping up. I’m planning to make a Halloween quilt this year, which is also unusual for me as I haven’t decorated for Halloween for over 20 years! Take care, Mary.

  17. Frédérique says:

    Pretty Mayflower block, hope you will do it!

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