To Do List – 2013 December

Yes, I am a listmaker. Soon you will see that I will get overwhelmed by the lists I am posting and I will abandon some of them.

As I mentioned last month, this list was a way to get me back in the saddle after, what felt like, a non-sewing October. This is separate from the 26 Projects list, and I decided that I would post it again as showing progress is always a morale booster. I might still add it as a separate category to the 26 Projects list, but it might also be good to continue it as a separate post.

To Do List:

  1. Finish binding on T-Shirt quilt
  2. Secret Santa gift for BAMQG
  3. Kathleen’s Round Robin
  4. Kelly’s Brown Round Robin
  5. Make sleeve for Original Bullseye
  6. Sew on sleeve for Original Bullseye
  7. Pillow from cake tea towel
  8. Finish sewing triangles for Scrapitude
  9. Try plain square for center of Russian Rubix blocks
  10. Take apart Ribbon Star and resew
  11. Sew green and red striped 8 pointed star
  12. Sew white on black wavy line 8 pointed star
  13. Layer, baste Christmas table runner
  14. Quilt Christmas table runner
  15. Quilt/stitch fish postcard
  16. Wash fabric (I am guessing this will never be off the list) 😉
  17. Make stiff bucket or box for TP in main bath
  18. Make stiff bucket or box for TP in second bath
  19. Dragon Box (gift)
  20. Anna Maria Horner Multi-tasker tote (gift-due Holiday 2013)
  21. Make 3 notepad covers (gifts)
  22. Color Group donation quilt
  23. Binding for Color Group donation quilt
  24. Make shopping bag for BAMQG
  25. Hand sew bottom opening in Shopping bag for BAMQG

Did I say that this list is in no particular order? This list is in no particular order. 😉

Author: Jaye

Quiltmaker who enjoys writing and frozen chocolate covered bananas.

7 thoughts on “To Do List – 2013 December”

    1. I don’t think I am that far gone yet, but I have different lists for similar areas – small projects to do list, UFO finish up list, want to make list. I guess it makes all the tasks more manageable.

  1. In January, I will make a list of all my UFOs. I find that I put aside my UFOs and when I find them I don’ t have time for them. I will make the list (it is long) and I WILL cross off what I finish. This is my goal for 2014. Reading your blogs motivates me to get my sewing done. Thank you.

    1. You totally made my day. Thank you for being inspired by my blog. I was horrified when I counted up my UFOs. Now I feel great that I have made so much progress. It was just about making a list and taking one step at a time to get them finished. You can do it!

  2. I am definitely a list maker. I like to use index cards for my lists, especially the ones that travel with me because they are less likely to get crumpled and lost in my purse.
    Without my lists, I would never get anything done.

    I have several plastic Rubber Maid lidded tubs stacked together with my UFOs inside. I took photos of all of my UFO projects and made a list of them, on an XL spreadsheet with their photos, along with information on which tub each project is stored in.

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