Do you ever feel like you've just lost your mind? I certainly did - when I looked back at last year's Hands2Help info and realized that I should have been starting signups this week! Ack!! I should never rely on my memory - I thought it started in the middle of April. Oh well - it just means I'll have to move a little quicker!
With that in mind, if you would like to help sponsor the Hands2Help Charity Quilt Challenge this year, please leave me a comment below or email me directly at email@example.com. Any and all sponsors are greatly appreciated - last year we ended up with enough items to give away so that every participant received a little something for their efforts!
I'll be getting the H2H info together this week with the hopes of posting something next Sunday...
And now, let's see how last week's list went...
1. Get new items listed in the shop.
Done - and not only done, but two of them actually sold already!
2. Deliver "buddy bags" to our contact at church.
Done! 14 delivered...
3. Clean up the house so the house/dog sitter doesn't run away screaming!
Done - at least she stayed for the whole weekend!
4. Make more kits to take for sewing in the car.
Done! I got two more paper pieced pincushions done while hubby was driving - they just need stuffing! And I've still got some kits
for the next time I've got some available stitching time...
5. Get some ministry quilts ready and lined up to quilt next week.
Done! I'm going to need to get one of them on the frame tomorrow for a gentleman going through chemo treatment
that makes him cold all the time.
6. Clean up my workspace a bit - it's getting hard to see the cutting board!
Didn't get to this one - but I'll have to do it before I can get any sewing done this week!
Not too bad - it was an easy week. And now, here's what I need to get done this week...
1. Get the Hands2Help Challenge up and running!
2. Mail giveaway loot and shop sales items.
3. Quilt and bind man's quilt for ministry.
4. Finishing piecing ministry quilt for baby boy.
5. Quilt the baby boy ministry quilt.
6. Finish up the quilter's apron pattern.
7. Make a lanyard (or two!) for the shop.
8. Make Easter dresses for the granddaughters!
9. List new items in the shop.
There's only about eighty other things I ought to be working on, but these are the most important ones! So we'll see how it goes....
By the way, I'll have pictures from Lancaster sometime later this week. I had a great time!
So now the question is..... what are you working on this week?