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Monday, September 13, 2010

Design Wall Monday

I've pretty much learned to clean house and run errands on my work days.  Let's face it, when the weekend comes, we all want to do what we WANT to do, right?

Tomorrow begins my weekend.  Today I'm cleaning, shopping and doing everything else. Tomorrow, I play.  Wednesday, I play. 

What's on my design wall?  Well, when I said quilting only for September and October, I forgot a few commitments I had.  So, I'll be trying to finish those this week.  I'll be working on Karen's bag, for one.  It'll look something like this: 

But with these blocks: 

I also will be working on this: 

And a few of these: 

And then there's the challenge for the Liberated Amish group that I'm taking part of, due October 30th.

As for writing, I have changes to Loaded and a new chapter to write there.  There are changes to Palindrome that need to be made and I also will be making final corrections from the proof copies to this group project from my writers' group, Breathe:

I also need to send out my children's book, Boo and Oscar and the Fantastic Fudge Fiasco and the series outline to the next agent or publisher.  I didn't receive an answer from the last one.

I'll have to take a quick trip to Presque Isle sometime this week, too.

And that, my wonderful online friends, makes for a busy week.


Barb in Mi said...

You sure have quite a few projects going! One of these days I will try some liberated letters as well. But as you know: so many ideas - so little time...

Gari said...

I'm not sure how long it will take you to get all your projects done but it sounds to me like you weekend is already full.

Quilter Kathy said...

Yep...that's a lot to do :)
I want to try my hand at the 'love' blocks one of these days.

Joan said...

Wow - you do have a full week ahead. Happy sewing.

AnnieO said...

A lovely variety of sewing fun at the ready is never a bad thing!

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