Meetup | November Goals

Meetup | November Goals

I’ve got a lot of balls up in the air right now, I sorta feel like I’m not having time to enjoy/celebrate each individual thing that’s happened, but it is what it is!

Biggest thing crossed off the list in October was the launch of my new online shop!!! Big surprise, it took more time than I thought it would, but it’s awesome! ūüôā (Remember, you can save 15% until November 15th with the code “woot”)

I got a lot of things made for Art for Heaven’s sake, include 3 Zip and Gos on Saturday night so I had more than 1 in my booth on Sunday!

October Goals

Indigo explorations: scarves and art quilts everyday art (7 Indigo Zip and Go Bags, 8 Indigo Zip Wallets,  6 Indigo Buckets) October 15 100%
New zip clutches October 15 100%
Studio Tour Postcards September 30 100%
New Candied Fabrics Online Shop October 15 100%
Dying 104 sessions 7 & 8 October 31 50%
calendar email to students October 31 100%
Finish the next mystery project back burner 50%
Mod House Quilt back burner 5%

So, I’ve got to prep for my show that’s this coming Saturday. And then get my head back in the game with my online class. I’ve got a session just about complete, I’ve got to get the rest of the text written and then everything up on the website PRONTO! And then push to get the rest of the sessions done.

November Goals

Launch Online Shop November 2  100%
Dying 104 sessions 7 November 9 80%
Dying 104 sessions 7 & 8 November 30 0%
 More Indigo Zip and Gos November 6 100%
 Birdie Zip and Gos November 6 100%
 4 Indigo Pillows  November 6  10%
 Tree Quilt in Kitchen Blues palettes  November 24  0%
Re-stock scarves  November 30  0%
 calendar email to students  November 30  0%
Finish the next mystery project back burner 50%
Mod House Quilt back burner 5%

Here’s the fronts of my birdie zip and gos:

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Those are labels, so I keep the pieces straight when I assemble the fronts and backs later on. One little trick that I found quite useful is when I was quilting all the pieces, I kept the top and bottom pieces of the front together, so the quilting thread keeps the 2 pieces aligned; I was worried that I’d put the birds on upside down! This kept me from doing that, and I just got them finished!

Once the show is over, I hope to carve out a little sewing just for fun…I really really want a quilt to drape over the chartreuse chair in the family room before Thanksgiving! I’ve not worked with my Kitchen Blues palette for quite awhile, I need to!

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