Friday, October 7, 2011

Can I get a Whoop-Whoop?? Two down, One to go....

Hi, all!!


I hope you've had a great week - because it's time to give - and get - your whoop whoops!!  Remember to spread the word on your blog post - the more, the merrier!!





Here's what I worked on this week (or at least part of it - if you want to see more of what I worked on, check out Wednesday's blogpost).  These quilts are two of the last three on the quilt ministry needs list (at least until next week when my church contact comes back from her mission trip!) and I got them quilted on Thursday.  They still need binding, but hopefully that will be finished by Monday.



With any kind of luck, the third quilt will go on the frame first thing Friday morning and be done before 9 a.m.!  Then I can start working on the 100 Quilts for Kids quilts that my sewing sisters made at our last sewing meeting....  I think I'll load them up on the frame and let them try their hand at machine quilting on Saturday!!

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So that's my whoop whoop for the week!!

What have you been working on?

Share with us and then go check out 
everyone else's accomplishments!!

(remember, you can link up until midnight Saturday...)

Hugs!

Sarah

10 comments:

  1. I was happy to finish up my last donation quilts, too. Now I'm trying to wrap up my Ghastlies projects for the blog hop.

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  2. I have to do a couple quick quilts to be tied at a day of service at a local church on Sunday. The church has decided that one of their service projects for the day will be our quilting group, From Our Heart, and some of their people will work with our people tying quilts, or sewing quilts from kits. So I need to have some stuff they can work on all ready to go.

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  3. Wow, Sarah, I feel like such a slacker! I have all the time in the world to sew and little motivation to do so. Thankfully I read your go-go! post before 7 a.m. so maybe I'll work on a quilt for our school's January gala. It's all cut out but I have to blanket stitch around words on three panels and that's all that's holding me back. I had a chemo treatment yesterday and usually feel tired the next day, so we'll see how it goes. Blessings on you for all that you do!

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  4. They look so crinkly soft!!

    Good Luck on your quilt for 100 Quilts for Kids:):):)

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  5. Thanks for hosting! I finished my Up Cycled Denim Quilt this week! Yippee! I linked the post back to your blog and I added your button in my sidebar. I clicked to follow you BUT I thought I was as I read your blog thru' the google reader but it didn't show my name on your list. So now it is there!
    Enjoy visiting all the links -- I will do my hopping this weekend! Thanks!

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  6. Beauties! Love the modern style in the first one & the gorgeous brights of the second one. Have fun hosting your quilting party tomorrow!

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  7. Both are great! I hope the sisters have fun quilting:)

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  8. Bless you Sarah ! you are such an angel !!! Love the quilts ! I'm late in posting (again!) because I forgot ; but HEY !!! I did it right this time ; yipee ! I now have 4 quilts to donate ; just haven't decided where yet ..... local or mail them to 100 quilts .... I'll pray about it . whoop whoop everybody !!

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  9. Love both of those quilts! They are so fresh and crinkly looking :) is the second one a 1-2-3 pattern? Looks like one I made from Amy's book.

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  10. You are really on a roll! Love that one up on top. I'm being drawn to those colors lately, it seems.

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