I am planning to do one a day and I should be fine. (Since I am posting this today, I will probably, maybe skip WIP Wed. at Freshly Pieced, unless I can link to this post?)
The other ones I had left were:
Baby receiving blanket, borders and back need to be pieced/added
Went from this...
Sunday morning, 10 minutes before church I remembered I wanted to do a matching burp cloth too, so I whipped this puppy out. I used the Lapel Stick that I won from Felicity and it made an enormous difference! In the past, the cloth diapers stretch and warp and basically go all over the place no matter how many pins I pile in. But this time, no sliding or stretching at all! And my hem stayed tucked under. Sweet!
Zippy purse swap: Fabrics and zipper are purchased cutting needs to be started.
DONE! Not showing this one until I know she has it. I don't think she reads the blog, but just in case. I will say I LOVED how it turned out. I tried a new flower technique that was fun and the fabrics were so pretty! It was hard to mail that one off.
Shop sample of Naptime baby quilt needs to be pieced (same pattern as Sleepytime, just an updated version.)
I had finished the piecing on this one and the original plan was to give it back to the shop and they would put on the borders. But they were a little swamped, so I volunteered to do it. Borders go pretty fast if you don't have to miter corners or put in corner piecing.
It went from this...
They will be quilting and binding it.
This one just plain ran out of time. It was part of a project for the Quilt shop's blog that didn't work. (Yet) I still want to continue the project it just is not as urgent now.
I also finally got my 2.5" squares off to Thomas Knauer, although he may not need them now. But I told him I would send them, so I did.
3 out of 4 costumes need to be finished
2 vests, 1 hat and 1 week to do them.