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2011 What sewing/quilting projects do you have planned for 2011? Also now is the time to start making your Christmas Gifts for 2011!

2011 What sewing/quilting projects do you have planned for 2011? Also now is the time to start making your Christmas Gifts for 2011!

Old 12-30-2010, 06:00 PM
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First thing is to finish organizing my sewing room that I started back in November!!
2- make a Bento box quilt for my sweet son who is getting married in March- can't believe I'm writing this! I'm so excited!!! He is marrying a lovely woman from Japan and picked Hawaii for the wedding so it wouldn't be so far to travel!!
3. Finish my brother's Christmas quilt- I've been so slow!!
4. Finish a bunch of UFO's.
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:08 PM
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The first two are my priorities first, the rest are in no particular order...

1. Appliqued quilt for my husband
2. Irish Chain for my Grandmother
3. Harley Davidson quilt, probably t-shirts, for FIL
4. Eagle quilt for my step dad
5. B/R/W sampler for ME
6. Bed quilt for my daughter
7. Whatever else peaks my interest...lol
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:03 PM
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1. Put a label on a quilt for my mom and get it back to my dad (She passed away in May, and she did have the quilt, it just wasn't labeled)
2. Finish up some UFOs.
3. Finish organizing my sewing room.
4. Meet Craftybear at Lollys in Shipshewana. Quilt related not a project.
5. Get material for a One Block Wonder and make it.
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:21 PM
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1. A queen sized sampler quilt.
2. A "Bug quilt" for my 9 y/o.
3. Various tablerunners for different holidays ( I have them for Christmas and Halloween)
4. 2 wallhangings that I have planned for awhile.
5. The house Bom here starting the 1st.

I think that's enough for the year:)

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Old 12-31-2010, 03:07 AM
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Making a queen size quilt for my parents, my hubby parents, and one for my ex-mother-in-law (we love each other deary).
Make a twin size for my 11yr. old DD.
Quilt my sons and my other DD BF Quilt. I call her my adopted daughter (ADD for short).
A baby quilt for a baby boy.
What ever else comes up
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Old 12-31-2010, 03:18 AM
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You are really going to be busy arent you?lol
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Old 12-31-2010, 04:55 AM
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I just got the book "Friendship Strips and Scraps" You piece your scrap strips and then cut shapes to make a quilt. Nothing is color cooridnated so you can use any scraps. I am going to begin using scraps this year.
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Old 12-31-2010, 05:55 AM
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I;m going to make a tree skirt for my daughter whose tree is full of cup cakes, candy, and ice cream cone themed ornament. I just got back from wally world where I found a red table cloth that was 75% off that I will make into a tree skirt and embroidery on...the final cost was $2.25 and I bought sets of flannel sheets for $3.75.

Getting back to the list, I'm making crayon box quilts for the homeless.....I am telling myself that all the scraps that are in the Muli household WILL be cut up and used this year...so far I have 42 blocks complete and 56 I'm sewing on and tons of scraps to cut.
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Old 12-31-2010, 06:02 AM
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I have two lap quilt kits to make for my youngest son- to curl up with while watching TV. and maybe start making some baby quilts- I have quilts made for my grandkids weddings and don't have any married yet- one getting married in Oct 2011 so maybe had better get started on the baby things. I can wish.
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Old 12-31-2010, 06:18 AM
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January is for finishing UFO'S
10 quilts for family for next Christmas
Pillow cases to match each quilt
Kaleidoscope quilt class in February
Quilt to raffle for the Giving Tree next fall
Runners for each season for me
Curtains and pillow cases to match DD quilt
Kitchen towels for gifts
Several quilts that I just want to make for myself
Baby quilt for gift
At least 6 baby quilts for Giving Tree
Anything else that really catches my eye
It's going to be another busy year!!
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