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Thread: What's on your "To Do" list?

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    Super Member sewbizgirl's Avatar
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    What quilts are in your 'queue'? I have a folder on my computer and also some pictures bookmarked on the QB, and a few sketches of ideas I got from books, patterns, etc.

    I think the Boxed Squares just went to the top of my list... Also love the Piece of Cake patterns.

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    LOL too much!!!

    4 QFK's need bindings, then mailed
    Butterfly hanky quilt (for neice wedding)
    crimson/purple hippie quilt (for nephew wedding)
    hubby's buzz lightyear quilt (don't know pattern name)
    finish carpenter's wheel for my camper
    daughter's hello kitty quilt (waiting to be quilted)
    and about 27 that I love that I hope I have time for after these!

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    2 twin sized Summer in the Park quilts for my nephew, finish placemats and bed runner for my sister and start a Harry Potter paper piecing quilt from a site discovered by another user on this board.

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    Currently I am working on a random/mindless/scrappy, have a baby quilt to do (can't seem to get up enthusiasm for it), need to make something for my mother for her birthday in October, need to start my middle step-son's Tshirt Quilt...and have 2 x handwork pieces going..both English Paper Piecing, a Grandmother's Flower Garden and a Postage Stamp Quilt. But my "list" of "want to do" is never-ending - I just bought a book on OBW's and have book-marked more quilt patterns than you can poke a stick at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewyscrewy
    one of everything. Honestly
    I love your answer!! There are things I know I'll never do like a "real" Baltimore Album, but I just see something that strikes me as a good idea and go with it! I don't have a plan or list or anything.

    I'm probably going to do the Affairs of the Heart quilt next, and someday I'm going to make Dear Jane. Beyond that I haven't a clue!

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    Five quilt sandwiches ready to be quilted, a log cabin cut out and waiting for assembly, two jobs requiring digitizing and stitching out, four or five WIP in various stages, oh, my, the list is beginning to get overwhelming! (Could probably get more done if I spent less time here!)

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    Well, I just finished 6 QFK's and have 2 more to sandwich and quilt. Have a quilt top that was given to me that I want to finish when the Long Arm arrives, will be my practice piece. Have a jelly roll 1600 to sandwich and quilt, another one to practice on. Have lots of jelly rolls, charm squares, and layer cakes I want to play with. Have been collecting black/white fabrics to do something with, and the list goes on and on and on.....oh and a OBW to try.

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    I have 2 wall hangings, 1 dresden pillow and one scrappy flying geese in progress. and a binder (labeled "What I Want To Make Next"). When my sampler comes back from the LAQer, I will drop everything to do the binding. I have soooooooooo many things I want to make it makes my head spin

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    Quote Originally Posted by cathylynn
    2 twin sized Summer in the Park quilts for my nephew, finish placemats and bed runner for my sister and start a Harry Potter paper piecing quilt from a site discovered by another user on this board.
    Can you share the site for the HP quilt? I did a search here and only came up with HP fabric... Would love to see the quilt pattern.

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    Forgot I also want to make a Bento Box quilt, and I have been collecting both Civil War fabrics, and 30's feedsack fabrics (some authentic FSs and some repros...) and need to find just the right patterns for those precious fabrics.

    Any good suggestions for a 1930's quilt?

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