Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Drum Roll, please

  Time to let the random selector pick some names.  Seven names...here goes.
  • Lynda
  • Quilting Babcia
  • MoeWest
  • Andrea 
  • Auntiepatch
  • Rosyquilter
  • Vrooman's Quilts
 Congratulations to those listed.  I have snail mail addresses for a few, and have sent all an email.  So please reply with your address.  Thanks.


    Another surprise.   I am sharing   printable pages  I have worked up.   The first page is for a quilt planner/journal page.  I like that each month we review our progress, detail finished projects, set forth ideas for the next month, and such.   I am "old fashioned, and  I also want a paper copy.

   I created a space to list projects, a section for specific plans, ideas to try, materials needed, and those that get done!   You should be able to open the photo in a different window, then print, or save to your computer to print later.   I hope this works:) 
    I printed on card stock weight paper.




  
   I needed a little more organization. Since I have been laid up with my hands for a couple of months, I have several things pinned and ready to quilt, others in the sewing stage, and one I am planning.  Some are large and others small.   While my short term memory has improved, there are times it needs some help.   I hate to have UFOs hiding in the closet/under the table/forgotten in a bag.
  
  Here's the second page  to keep a master list of projects in the works.  I kept it very simple with just name, description, and steps to be done.   You could do this monthly or every few months.  I wanted it to be posted on my cabinet where I press.....and it will always be in view.   So use and enjoy.  
   Stitches are out, and all is well.  The hands are still a bit sensitive, so quilting will wait until I feel good enough to push that sandwich around.  Thank you all for the support and encouragement.  I do appreciate it.  
Happy stitching.

9 comments:

  1. Yay! Congrats to the winners, it looks like you're in a giving mood, the pages are really beautiful, thank you! No update on the stitches removal? How do your hands feel?

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  2. Congrats to the winners! So glad your hands are on the road to recovery - shouldn't be long before you are pushing those quilt sandwiches around. Great job on the printed pages. ~Jeanne

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  3. Take it easy, and don't overdo it. Glad the stitches are out.

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  4. I love your project pages. Thanks for sharing and congrats to the winners.

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  5. Thanks so much Debbie! You are really on an organization roll, first labels and now these pages. Thanks for sharing, I'm going to give your system a try and see if it helps!

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  6. Oh to be organized like you. I generally fly by the seat of my pants! Thanks for the tips and print outs.

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  7. Ok, I dragged out my quilt tracking files again and am trying to revamp them. I am trying to keep track of all my projects and what is done and isn't on some designed pages. I can't seem to keep up a daily log of what I am doing. I know it is valuable, but I can't seem to write in it consistently. Your post is giving me a kick to start again.

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  8. Bought card stock sheets this morning and printed off!! Great idea Debbie.

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