06 September 2021

Tuesday To-Do #32

Another busy day ahead so hopping right to it!

Last Week's To-Do's
* Finally finish quilting Positively Fearless--DONE
* Finish fall quilt top--PROGRESS
* Load West Point--DONE


Well this was sure a long-time coming but yep,
it's finally finished!  It's too windy out for a good
pic so, for now, just a few from the sewing room.


I am so happy with that Lorien's Sweet Pea pantograph!
 


The flange around the quote pane.l took a 
little special care when quilting.


Speaking of extra care, I failed to take into account
the slightly-noticeable direction in the background
fabric when placing the setting triangles in my
churn-dash quilt.  The ripping set my progress back
a little so this is as far as I got.  It might have
looked okay if I'd left it but okay isn't what I'm after
and I'm very glad I fixed it.  Now I can sleep at night,
if you know what I mean.

Next week:
Quilt West Point: start quilting
Churn Dash: start on borders

Tuesday-To-Do is now being hosted by 
Texas Quilt Gal so hop on over, see what
other motivated list-makers are up to
and then link up your own to-do's!

Happy quilting!

10 comments:

Joyful Quilter said...

Yay for finishing Positively Fearless, it really turned out very elegant. I had to look at a close up of your churn dash quilt to see your background fabric, I'm the queen of "whatever" but I think I would have taken it apart also. Can't wait to see the borders.

Linda said...

Fearless is spectacular! Love the panel in the middle. I identify with your perfection gene - lol!

grammajudyb said...

I’m sure most of us wouldn’t have noticed the slight variation in the setting triangle! But you would know! I get that! Sometimes finished I’d better than perfect, but sometimes it’s just gotta br perfect!

piecefulwendy said...

Yay for the finish of Positively Fearless; it's a pretty quilt! Love the churn quilt too, and I'm glad you fixed it so you can get that off your mind. You have good goals this week!

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Positively Fearless is wonderful, Cheree! I just love that color combination. Congratulations on your finish!

Home Sewn By Us said...

Hi Cheree! Of course, I would never have noticed the directional pattern in the background fabric of your churn dash quilt. That you noticed it, fixed it, and can now sleep at night - that's what matters! I absolutely get it. I'm the one that left the star point going in the wrong direction on the QOV because I didn't want to fix it after it had been quilted. That might be an incorrect decision but I can sleep at night. {{Hugs}} I am looking forward to seeing WP on the longarm. It's a beauty. Good luck on your list for the week. ~smile~ Roseanne

Ivani said...

Oh Cheree! your Positivity quilt is so beautiful as is the Chrun Dash top. I understand what you mean, better fix it and sleep.
Good luck with your goals for this week.

Needled Mom said...

lol….so glad you’ll be able to sleep at night! You’ll always be happy you corrected it. Congratulations on your progress.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I'm liking that churn dash more and more. Great color choices. Nice finish for the top quilt.

Kate said...

Postiviely Fearless turned out beautifully. Congrats on the finish. Good luck with this week's to do list.

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