Upcoming Projects – A Busy August and Beyond

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  1. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne; Whew…you made me tired just reading all of your August projects! I have a feeling that the two of you will manage the projects just fine! You always seem to meet all of the goals you make. I cleaned my fabric storage area and discovered far to many projects that are not finished. A few tops and many sets of blocks. For the next year, I should not have to make a quilt. I have that many unfinished items. LOL. I always look forward to seeing what you are working on. Have a fantastic day!

  2. Vicki in MN says:

    Wow you ladies will keep out of trouble if you stay on task with these projects!! Good luck;)

  3. Kathryn says:

    Lots of great projects on the go, I know about adding them willy nilly. I am sewing but just haven’t got to the blogging, I need to advance that a bit. This week I dedicated it to getting through the blocks on my mother’s memory quilt. It’s what I call the “first draft” and now looking at it I know what I need to change up in the next one and what I need to well… just sew a little better!

  4. Wow! You are going to busy! 😊❤️

  5. Dawn Tornes says:

    I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one that has many projects in the pipeline. Yes, they keep on coming but that’s the fun of it. New and exciting things to do and try!

  6. chrisknits says:

    Just keep swimming and you will have progress!

  7. Shannon Fleming says:

    The list is never ending, always adding and subtracting to and from it. I’m glad we can say we always have things to do!

  8. That’s quite the list! Check out Noodlehead and Sotak Handmade for bag patterns, by the way.

  9. sandradny says:

    Some great fun outlined here, but my favorite is the black ‘plus’ quilt for the math fan — gorgeous!

  10. Gretchen says:

    Always so many projects to do!! If only we could do with an hour of sleep a night!! Happy stitching!

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