Wow, what a week it has been!! Hands2Help 2019 is a wrap, with a record 199 quilters making a record 875 quilts!!! And I spent all of last week working on administrative work for H2H, never touching my sewing machine... well, ok, I reached out and touched it once, but no sewing! So let's take a look at last week's list and see what actually did get done....
1. Total up all of the Hands2Help quilts and
divvy up the giveaway goodies!
2. Organize those giveaway goodies so my friends
can help me get them ready for mailing.
Done! It took all day, every day for a week, but the quilts are totaled up, little Miss Random Generator has decided the distribution, and the goodies are all sorted out and ready to be mailed! This corner of my office is holding all I have to mail this week - the tabletop and boxes to the left. My granddaughter and a friend from church will be helping - hallelujah!!
3. Deliver the repaired vintage quilt.
Done! And my friend was so happy with it - which makes all that work worth it!
4. A little more yard work!
Done! I don't know for sure if this counts as yard work,
but I got a new chair for my husband for Father's Day,
so he can sit in comfort on the front porch, and assembled
it for him!
5. If there's time for sewing, put the hopscotch quilt on the frame.
Like I said, no time for sewing this week!
6. Keep up with any quilt ministry needs that come up.
We didn't give away any quilts this week, but I DID have time to sew at church Wednesday night, which was a lot of fun!
Well, at least my list was reasonable last week! I didn't have a chance to even look at it during the week, so I was a little worried as I sat down to write this post - but it all worked out ok.
So let's see what's on tap for this week...
1. Package up and mail the H2H prizes.
2. Cut out a gift quilt.
3. Sew something - ANYTHING!
4. Keep up with any quilt ministry needs that come up.
I'm going to keep it short and sweet this week, because I know it's going to take a while to get all those packages ready and sent. And if it goes faster than I think it will, well, I'll spend the time re-acquainting myself with my sewing machine and my long arm!
And just for fun, here's a little advice for the week...
So now, the question is - - - what are YOU working on this week?