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It’s a New Year!

January 6th, 2010

2010 is here! Wow, huh?  We have survived inventory and we’re already working hard in the new year! Poor us….Just kidding! We LOVE what we do here! We had two winners last week. One for the Quilty Question and another for the New Year’s brunch posting to win a fat quarter pack from Benartex. Thank you all for joining us!

Last week we asked you if you finished your projects for Christmas. Most of you haven’t (we’re normal) those who did (over achievers!). LOL
Congratulations, Janene!

Our winner was Janene Huber who answered last week’s question asking you if you finished your Christmas projects with “No way are all the projects I was trying to get done for Christmas done now. I still have a couple of pair of boxers to make. My girls love to lounge around in them durring the hot summers here in Sacramento, CA. I cut them out according to their measurements, but they are way too big. Now must recut and start over. Also have a fleece jacket for my youngest daughter. Then back to what I love most, quilting, I can’t wait.”

I also, asked her to tell us a little about herself ans she tells me, “I started quilting about 10 years ago.  I had gone on a quilting retreat with some friends.  I had no idea what a quilting retreat was, but anytime I could sew without the constant interruptions of children was a blessing.  I was then introduced to the world of quilting BIG time.  How wonderful would it be to be able to sew something that didn’t have to fit a persons ever-changing body.  You could even take years to complete a project and it would still fit!!  Who would of ever thought…  I have been married to my husband, Mike for over 30 years.  He is so understanding of my quilting obsession I consider myself quite lucky..  We also have 3 children, a daughter-in-law, and our first grandchild, Max who in only 4 months old.  And I’m now busy making my second quilt for little Max and dreaming of all the others I want to make.  I now consider quilting my therapy, my time for myself, and I cherish every moment.”

So how was your new year? Have you made your resolutions? Me? Well, it’s more of a “to do” list. I can then cross off as I go. I promised not to add anymore to it until I cross something off. My list is about 30 long right now. LOL

I really enjoy reading and writing about you all, just in case I have’t told you lately….I just love you guys! Errr….Ladies!

Our winner for the Benartex fat quarter pack was, Laurel. I haven’t heard back from Laurel yet, but when I do, we’ll letcha know a little  about her, too!

Oh my, I almost forgot about the Quilty Question for this week. ok…..   What is the first thing on your quilting “TO DO” list”?

Now, think about this, because in a few months, I’m going to ask you about this and see how many of us have done it!

Hope you all have an amazing week and Happy Happy Happy New Year!






  1. Ana 's creative mind says

    I know it is a “quilty thing” question but I am putting quilty aside this week to make a pillowcase for our son who is in the military and is deployed:neutral: . I hope to make several pillowcases for each holiday while he is gone, Valentine, Easter, St. Patrick’s Day etc.

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  2. Carol 's creative mind says

    I have fabric for a Bento Box that my daughter picked out about 6 months ago. Thought she would get it for Christmas…..UH NO!

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  3. Nancy B from Many LA 's creative mind says

    List? We’re supposed to have a list?
    I have 3 lap-sized quilts that need binding. I suppose I should finish them. I don’t know which one should go first though. LOL!

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  4. Cathy in MD 's creative mind says

    First thing on my to do list is to finish all these Christmas projects, but then I think they’re already late anyway, so why not do something you want to do. Like the center for a round robin? So the first thing on my to do list may not be the first thing I get done. We’ll see.

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  5. Amanda Wright 's creative mind says

    :oops: To finish the 12 Days of Christmas BOM. LOL I’m almost half done with the blocks. Sigh…can I blame having 3 kiddos and being pregnant on my procrastination? LOL

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  6. Barb Hale 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting To-Do list is to get my area organized. Everything is upside-down from all the stuff going on around Christmas trying to get projects done! :)

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  7. peg 's creative mind says

    I already have a full calendar for 2010. I hope to get at least 1/2 of it completed. Christmas quilts for everyone in 2010. 3 toddler size and 3 adult size. I’ll be happy if I get the toddler ones done. My immediate need is a quilt for my niece who will be getting her hard eared PHd in May! That’s just the extras, not counting blocks of the month, stock for my little personal shop and the gazillion things my daughter will think of for me to make when we cruise the quilt shops!

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  8. jen w. 's creative mind says

    Finishing the 2 Christmas table runners (one binding and one needs to be quilted) I started after Thanksgiving! Got side tracked with decorating/baking for Chirstmas!
    Happy New Year Ya’ll

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  9. Candace Hudgens 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting to do list this year, which I have started.. I have to do 28 9″ blocks with appliqued hearts… Ive done three so far :) but I have until feb so I should be ok!

    best stitches,

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  10. Pam Biswas 's creative mind says

    I started a one block wonder with my friend in December and I would like to finish it. All the blocks are cut and about 1/3 are sewn. The fun part is designing the quilt and I can’t wait to get there.

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  11. janene 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting to do list is to start and finish the quilt I’m making for my sister. She’s really into calm, quiet, washed out to it might get boring. We will see.

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  12. Carol 's creative mind says

    I have fabric for a Bento Box that my daughter picked out about 6 months ago. She thought she would get it for Christmas…….UH NO!

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  13. Jackie R. in NC 's creative mind says

    Finish my Diamond Christmas quilt…top, batting and backing are now being held together with thread :grin: with 3/4 of the sides left to mini-stipple, trim sides and bind.

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  14. ShadyB 's creative mind says

    First thing on my list is to finish the 2 “leftover” Christmas quilts that didn’t get finished in time (backing and topstitching)… Next is to get started (for the first time EVER) on a quilt for ME for Spring (hopefully for Spring THIS year – LOL)

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  15. Amy C 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting list is to finish all of the projects that I started last year and didn’t complete. Just think how much clutter I can clear up just be finishing what I started?!

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  16. deb 's creative mind says

    I wanted to rearrange my fatquarters and happy to say after buying these great shelves at Canadian Tire it is done!! Lots of work though! Next is working on my Machine quilting (again) a practice sample of a 4patch quilt on my domestic..Mom says it is okay to do it on her top it will be used for sitting in the lazyboy and the cats will be on it in a second so it will be washed many times…LOL (she has been waiting since 2summers ago the one she does use is falling apart)

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  17. Kathy Kuykendall 's creative mind says

    I need to add a border on my Quilts of Valor project and get it to the quilter. It should take maybe 45 minutes.

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  18. Lunachance 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilty to do list: sew up the blocks that are due for my quilt group exchange. The first thing I will do for my own quilt to do list is probably to finish up the blocks for my blue and yellow quilt.


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  19. Beth Street 's creative mind says

    I have 2 quilts that are for me that I would like to get done first this year then I can go back and work on quilts for others. The first one is a kimono quilt made from beautiful asian fabrics. It takes some time as its paper pieced but the results so far have been gorgeous. The other is a snowman quilt. I have 12 blocks that I got from a friend with a snowman fused to the block and now I need to do the machine applique, sash it and finish it. If I get these two done I will be thrilled.

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  20. Deb Nelson 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to just get better at quilting. I took up this hobby for the first time about a year ago and have completed 3 projects. I fell in love, but was immediately over my head by taking on a tough project of squares into triangles and mixing and matching triangles to get them lined up. I should have stuck with a rail fence design but wanted something more challenging. It turned out pretty good and now I’m hooked. I just want to quilt all the time.

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  21. Jenny T 's creative mind says

    My first project will be to sew stitch-outs of my bird designs to make a bird blanket quilt. There was always a family heirloom “bird blanket” that my great=grandmother made, but was lost in a house fire at my younger sisters. It seems to be preying on my mind to replace it with a new one. Hopefully to present it to my mother when done….

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  22. DonnaP 's creative mind says

    Hmmm the first thing? When there are so many? Well, actually, there is one thing I CAN accomplish and that’s put together a few blocks from a BOM that I joined this fall. I have three of the blocks and haven’t done ANY of them yet. :roll:

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  23. Kathie Jones 's creative mind says

    I have 5 quilts to quilt and 1 quilt top to finish this year. I guess the most pressing thing I want to get completed is my youngest grandson’s quilt and my daughter-in-laws quilt. The tops are finished but I need to take them to my local quilt shop to quilt them.

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  24. Ida Lively 's creative mind says

    I have a fall-inspired mini-quilt swap that is due on 1/20, so that is my first “TO DO” project. As cold as it is here in the East, it will be nice to lock myself into my sewing room, and just relax this weekend. I can’t hardly wait!!

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  25. Colleen Froats 's creative mind says

    the first thing on my quilting list for 2010?
    get my sewing room back! paint, clean carpet and new shelves… my shelves were so…used and loved…they collapsed, all 5 shelves………my fab is in bags in the frozen garage….have to get this room put back together!

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  26. Deanna 's creative mind says

    First thing I made a list of all the things. It ammounted to 14 items that are in one stage or another–most are just fabric and sketches sorted into boxes. I hung the list on my board and am working my way through it. I have two quilts at the quilter already and two small ones to hand quilt. All the others are in process or waiting. I hope to make 2010 more productive than ever.

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  27. Mary Brost 's creative mind says

    I am working on my UFOs. I have pieced one already and am working on the border for my “Birds of a Feather” now. I am prepping the applique so I can take it with me in my project bag.

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  28. Eileen Bates 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to finish my stack ‘n whack quilt which I started about 6 years ago.

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  29. Linda 's creative mind says

    There is a wedding ring quilt as you go project I started over 3 years ago. I just didnt get the interest in it I guess, tried to take two classes to see if that would motivate me, but to no avail. I am determined to get it done this year. It will be a queen size when I am done. So…..lets go, lets go, L E T S G O, lets go!!!!

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  30. Debbie Lauzon 's creative mind says

    hi! I need to find old blankets to finish the scrap quilts I started!I am not a fancy quilter LOL.

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  31. Marti Tourville 's creative mind says

    The first thing I am going to do this year is to finish all the kits I have purchased in 2009. I have a couple of big totes filled with them…..:smile: Maybe a head start on Christmas 2010:lol:

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  32. Susan Pride 's creative mind says

    finish the background on my landscape quilt

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  33. helenmare 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting “to do” list is to finish making the table runner my SIL was supposed to get for Christmas. I bought the material and had a plan in mind but didn’t begin executing it until Dec 23rd. I got a small section pieced and showed it to her and told her I hoped to have it done by Easter instead! She was very understanding

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  34. Shirley in Shreveport 's creative mind says

    First, finish a string lap quilt for my DH made from all the scraps I’ve accumulated. It’s fast and fun. Next, finish a Dresden Plate tablerunner I started over the holidays. I’ve begun a re-organization of my sewing room…..which may take all year…LOL!! My “Bucket List” is filled with things I’ve never done and always wanted to try. I’m starting 2 BOM’s this month, attending several classes, joined my local guild, going to the Dallas Quilt Show and last but not least, I’ve signed up for your North Texas Shop Hop in March. I don’t know a soul, but look forward to it and meeting new quilt addicts like myself. And, your retreat is somewhere in my future. It’s going to be a busy year.
    I feel so blessed to be part of this wonderful, creative, fun-loving community of quilters and especially blessed to finally have more time to pursue my passion.

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  35. Judy J 's creative mind says

    I have several projects on my “To Do” list, but I have one that is at the top of my list every year. I need to redo a quilt top that my mother and I made about 30 years ago. We embroidered the blocks, which are hexagons. I used polyester/cotton fabric between the blocks before I knew that 100% cotton was much better. I want to take it apart and set it together differently. I recently promised my mother that I would try to get it done while she is still here. Although I hope that she lives many more years, I really want to get it done this year. I will probably get it done, since I have to report to you later in the year. :) Thanks for the motivation!

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  36. Anne 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to figure out what I actually ordered in the sales that took place after Christmas. Boxes just keep arriving with things I had forgotten that I had ordered. Before beginning anything new, I need to figure out what I have. Love the sales, hate the aftermath!

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  37. linda 's creative mind says

    my first project (as soon as my broken arm is healed grrr!)is to finish the breast cancer quilt i was working on before i broke my arm. it is for my daughter’s best friend, who at 26, has stage 2 breast cancer.

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  38. Sherry in Carrollton, TX 's creative mind says

    The first thing for me to do is to finish the binding on my Halloween quilt. It’s for this year, not last, so I’m early, right? Just because I made it last year means nothing! Yea!

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  39. Teresa Thornborough 's creative mind says

    After cleaning and organizing my craft/scrapbooking/sewing room, I plan on starting and completing two BOM clubs I joined last January 2009. One quilt is the “Quilting With Laura” sampler quilt by Linda Halpin. I’ve always loved the “Little House on the Prairie” books, and although born and raised in Philadelphia, I’m a country girl at heart, having lived in a very rural area from my early twenties.

    The second BOM quilt is last year’s Thimbleberries 3′s Company in the light colorway. Although I’m a long time crafter, I’m a newbie quilter, having completed my first quilt a few months ago. I’ve been collecting fabric for a few years though, which seems to go along with my crafting personality. I’m a huge collector, and have enough scrapbooking supplies to open my own store, even though I now prefer digital scrapping.

    Happy New Year to you all, and I look forward to spending many happy hours reading your blog and website.

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  40. Janice Dyess 's creative mind says

    I have to make myself put bindings on two quilts. This is my least favorite part of the process. Then I can get back to the fun stuff and make my niece a turning twenty quilt!

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  41. Susan 's creative mind says

    The first thing I have to do is stitch together the quilt that has been up on my design wall staring at me since Thanksgiving so I will have some peace in my sewing room! I can not comfortably work on what I want to do because that MONSTER is continuously lookng at me. I want to work on an applique project and several other UFO’s ( is that a bad word?) this year. My goal is to finish one UFO a month. HA!

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  42. Charlotte in Midland, TX 's creative mind says

    First on my to-do list is making my mother a lap quilt for her birthday. I’m started and it is coming along great. I know she will love it and be very surprised. I’ve made quilts for many other family members but not Mom so it is about time. She will turn 84 on January 15th.

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  43. Betsy Muir 's creative mind says

    To finish the had pieced quilt from Cindy Blackberg that I’m working on. I have all of the blocks done, but need to sew them together, sandwich them, and hand quilt.

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  44. Carol Henry 's creative mind says

    The first thing I have to finish is a quilt for our first grandbaby due in March. Exciting times ahead.

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  45. JoAnne 's creative mind says

    Moved to the top of the list is a quilt for a new grandchild expected in 4 weeks.

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  46. Carolyn 's creative mind says

    I was asked to make a quick Quilt to replace one that didn’t arrive for an Aylshimer Auction event last Nov. I pieced it together, layered it and stitched in the ditch around the sashing and border. I even stitched on the binding and a sleeve.

    Well, after spending 9 hours the night before, I brought it in and told them I would quilt it for the owner. They called me 2 days before the event for a queen size. They told me they finally got the missing quilt but asked me to finish it for the 2010 showing.

    Well, after finishing all my holiday projects, I decided this week would be the time and I got a cold. After getting the cold turing bad to where I had to take an aitibiotic and almost going into the hospital for pnamonia I will finish the quilt in 2 days when I get stronger. Then I can start one of a thousand quilts I have on the burner.

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  47. Margaret Foster 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my list is to make more quilts and learn more, so I bought a class ticket and have signed up for Beginning Quilting 1 and 2, Applique with a twist, Sew Simple Pineapple and Kensington Kaleidoscope. No more piddling around for me!

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  48. Donna 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to finish up the quilt for my grandson who showed up on christmas eve. I told all my friends that I won the best present contest this year :lol:

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  49. Susan in Grand Island, NY 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to-do list is to finish the quilt for my Mom. I guess she thought I was going to surprise her for Christmas, but she was wrong. Now that I know how much she is looking forward to getting it, it makes me want to complete it all the more.

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  50. QuilterBridget 's creative mind says

    I always work on three things at once…one I’m currently assembling/quilting, one I’m selecting fabrics/cutting fabrics, and one that I’m planning. Since November I’ve been working on the same three projects…my nephew’s wedding quilt, a scrappy log cabin for a customer, and an art quilt for the Quilting Arts Magazine 2011 Calandar contest.

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  51. Vicki 's creative mind says

    Happy New Year to everyone. The first thing on my list is to organize my quilting/sewing room to see which BOM’s I had received the past couple of months. There are so many out there that I feel in love with, I think I am getting 4 or 5 a month. Then I will get started on them to get caught up. Hope everyone’s dreams come true this year. :smile:

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  52. Vivian 's creative mind says

    I love list!
    1. Continue to buy as much fabric (yardages, fat quarters, charm packs, quilt kits, blocks of the month) and books and patterns as I can afford.
    2. Marvel over my stash.
    3. Dream of retirement (in 2 years)
    4. Build a new house (in the Spring) complete with seperate sewing room and scrapbook room.
    5. Organize my stash.
    6. Marvel over my stash again.
    7. Show off all the projects I have started over the past 14 years (cause now there are new friends to show them to).
    8. Go buy more fabric (yardages, fat quarters, charm packs, quilt kits, blocks of the month) and books and patterns as I can afford.
    9. Start a new project or two, show them off and repeat #1 and #8 cause that really seems to be my REAL hobby! And I’ll be closer to winning…isn’t the one with the most fabric the winner??????

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  53. Terri 's creative mind says

    Borders on a row by row quilt. Should go fast then I can start something new :-}

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  54. Tracy 's creative mind says

    I have so many projects I’m not sure which one I should try to finish first! :wink:

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  55. Marcia 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my todo list for the New Year is to hand quilt a scrappy color block quilt that I started more than a year ago. :???:

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  56. Jane 's creative mind says

    I’m continuing handquilting on the grandmother’s garden quilt I started before Christmas projects got in the way. I also unearthed some baby quilt fabric I bought some years back. Got it pieced this week during all the snowfall and I’m switching back and forth with the grandmother’s garden quilt.

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  57. Sue 's creative mind says

    :roll: My first project to finish a Fairy quilt for a dear friend that has cancer. I have to repin it and get it quilted. Then my goal is to FINISH every quilt for which I take a class this year! Since I did not finish a single quilt that I started last year, I must complete all the projects (tops are done) that I took classes for since Sept 2009! University here I come (hopefully)! Best wishes to everyone on completing all of your projects!

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  58. jean 's creative mind says

    Like everyone else I need to organize my fabrics, finish quilts, and search for fabric to finish a quilt that my mother made. I have two quilts in need of repair and will spend many hours searching for matching fabric. However, this is not a complaint because like everyone here I LOVE QUILTING!!!!!

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  59. PatinWA 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting “to-do” list is to finish the baby quilt I started for my nephew’s firstborn. Zachery William was born 12/28 and so far I have all the pieces cut and half squares done…better get busy assembling this sucker if he wants it before his 1st birthday!

    Pat V.

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  60. Laurel 's creative mind says

    Let’s see…. 1) Continue to sort my mother’s fabric collection 2) Continue sending what I don’t want to my sister and niece. 3) Try collect together in one place all of the bits of various quilts that my mother started 4) Pack everything for moving 5) get the house sold and moved …. all while operating a mail order business while DH works 800 miles away. :eek: :cry:

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  61. Jennifer Rutsky 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting to do list is pick up fabric for a quilt I’m making for my best friend’s wife who is due in May.

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  62. Laura Genovario 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my quilting to do list is to finish the quilters briefcase that I started for my son’s friend for last years Christmas present. I gave her the laptop sleeve last year but never got back to making the briefcase. Most of the briefcase is cut out. Now to finish!!!

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  63. Lynn 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to get my new to me Homesteader machine up and running. It is my birthday/Christmas present for the next 20 years according to my husband. LOL It was damaged in shipping so I am having to fight with the UPS Store and UPS. Nothing’s ever easy. It was insured so eventually it will get repaired and I will be in Quilting Heaven!

    January 8th, 2010 | #

  64. SueBuck 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list has been started. It’s an old quilt top a friend of mine found in her grandmother’s things. It’s scrappy and hand sewn, and a real challenge to quilt on my mid-arm, but I am having fun doing it!

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  65. ML Cauley 's creative mind says

    A table runner to bind, a grandchildren quilt for my mother who has Lou Gehrig’s, and a quilt I started sometime ago. Like this one poster said earlier, can I blame it on 4 children and approaching middle crisis? I am sure to finish all three this month, if my kids will let me… :lol:

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  66. Crystal 's creative mind says

    Hopefully finish my cousin’s graduation quilt- just needs borders and then off to the quilter. I also have two applique xmas wall hangings I like to get done.:roll::lol:

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  67. Leigh Knox 's creative mind says

    Take a step off into the deep end of the pool and learn to applique. I’ve already bought all 12 months from my local quilt store for a Christmas 2009 applique BOM. So now I have to learn and I have to have it done by Christmas 2010! They say if we write down or verbalize our goals to someone then we are more likely to accomplish the task. So quilty girlfriends you can now hold my toes to the fire.

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  68. Daniela 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my to do list is to finish quilting three small tops from last retreat that was in October. I love piecing, just that “sandwiching” and deciding on the style of quilting takes some courage on my side.

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  69. Dawnsdesign 's creative mind says

    :razz: A list to complete oh boy!!!
    first was getting my room organized – check
    2nd – sew a thread catcher – check
    3rd – finish the first quilt I made last year… with the backing and quilting !!!

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  70. Gail 's creative mind says

    To set the dates for a sewing get away with my friends. We keep saying “we need to set a date”, then time seems to fly by & we haven’t done it. NOT this time!!!

    January 9th, 2010 | #

  71. Cathy M 's creative mind says

    I hope to finish the quilt I have started that is sitting on my cutting table, sewing table, ironing board and floor!

    January 10th, 2010 | #

  72. Deanna 's creative mind says

    My quilting to do list is to finish my new great grandaughter’s quilt. My machine bit the dust the week before Christmas and now that I have it back, I’ve got work to do.

    January 11th, 2010 | #

  73. Janet Corcoran 's creative mind says

    I have a pretty piec-lique flower that I made in a Sharon Schamber class that I want to quilt and finish to hang on my wall.

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  74. cheryl 's creative mind says

    the first thing on my ‘to-do list’ is a baby quilt for my first niece or nephew…due in early March. The shower is the end of january, so I best get busy!!!

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  75. Judy C in NC 's creative mind says

    Get some of my quilts sent out to be quilted – I have put it off long enough. The problem was my quilter had a heart attack and he retired – can’t blame him – unfortunately for me, I did not stop making quilts and I now have approximately 16 quilt tops just waiting. I will do the lap quilts, but cannot handle the large ones. Bring the year on.

    January 12th, 2010 | #

  76. Amanda 's creative mind says

    The first thing on my To Do list is the Dear Jane BOM. An ongoing To Do. Thanks for the BOM. I love it.

    January 17th, 2010 | #

  77. Geraldine Shade 's creative mind says

    Well, the first thing is waiting for my order of fabric to come.(Stitchin’Heaven) of course. Then my projects start. My list quite long so I write them on seperate papers. Put them in a basket and pick. When that project is done I go to the basket again. Happy Quilting,all.Geraldine Shade from Burdick, Kansas

    February 8th, 2010 | #

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