To-Do #109 Weekly Progress Update

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  1. Christine says:

    Oh my, I’m glad you didn’t re-pounce the whole quilt! I love the spiral quilting look, so that is a great plan B to go with! And how fun to do some wine tasting for Mother’s Day! I’ll remember that about the blue bottle!

  2. quiltinggail says:

    You both keep sew busy!!! I laughed at your pounce story!!! I’ve had a pounce thingy for years and have never used it! Maybe it’ll be something I’ll try in the future!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  3. chrisknits says:

    2 for 3 isn’t bad at all! You will catch up with all things soon, right?

  4. Well just because you are boycotting my blog does not mean I am boycotting yours… I will tell you here too that you do not need to get all 96 done this week as we won’t be using them all this week anyhow. So take a big breath. (Don’t inhale the pounce though – that was a funny picture I got in my head of you pouncing all over yourself and the kitchen!) I love that spiral quilting, though it take a lot longer than one would think! See you (or maybe not) on Wednesday for Beothuk Star’s next step, making some blocks!

  5. Kathryn says:

    You made me smile about all that chalk, I’ve never tried pouncing! Hmm! Plan B looks perfect.

  6. … I forgot… good luck with your tasks this week!

  7. Hi Roseanne, sorry the chalked disappeared but thanks for sharing — it’s a great tip for me! I’ve never tried the Member’s Mark brand of wine so I’ll have to give it a try — I’m a big big fan of Beringer wines ♥♥
    My two youngest kids surprised me with a weekend visit/vacation. It was heavenly —just now getting home and leaving again on Thursday– I haven’t done much sewing during May 🙁

  8. Denise says:

    Wow you have a fill calendar. Good luck on your goals.

  9. Looks like you’re making progress though, Roseanne, even if things aren’t moving as quickly as you had hoped. Sorry about the chalk going AWOL, but that spiral looks like a fun idea! Hope you have a good week (I need to get my Beothuk step done too; I just finished cutting mine yesterday)!

  10. Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts says:

    Yes, that chalk doesn’t stick around like we’d like for it to. (Except in places where we DON’T want it!) 🙂 I’m glad you came up with Plan B; it’s gonna look great!

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