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Tuesday, March 15, 2022

To Do Tuesday 3-15-21 - St Patrick's Day Edition

Welcome to the St Patrick's Day 2022 edition of To Do Tuesday! Today you may show us your enchanted projects and goals for the past week and the upcoming week. Click on the celebrating couple above if you need more information. Otherwise just click and add your wee post to the lucky linky below. 😁

Are you baking or cooking anything special for St Patrick's Day? Jocelyn, who is Canadian Needle Nana, had a delicious looking photo and recipe for Irish Soda Bread that I intend to try. Go check it out right here. When I was catering for my church I made Elise Bauer's Beef Irish Stew, and it was delicious. You can find her recipe right here. Do you have a favorite St Paddy's Day recipe?

One Friendship Star made for Pieces In The Garden

Here were my goals for last week:
1. Work on Wedding Quilt - Nada
✅2. Start on second row for Pieces In The Garden - Done - plus I finished the bows row - posted here
3. Riley Blake Quilt Challenge blocks #7 and #8 - Nope
4. Think about a finish for the SAHRR block - no plans yet

My goals for the coming week:
1. Wedding Quilt
2. RBD quilt challenge blocks catch up
3. Help our daughter move on Friday
4. SAHRR Parade Day 3-21-22

The littlest Grands came on Saturday with our daughter to play with the new doggies

What has been happening in your world this past week? Did you survive the pesky Daylight Savings Time change? Here at the new dog house, Boomer the puppy woke me up early anyway, so it was life as usual. Fill us in on your week by clicking the link below and adding your post to the party! Be sure to check back later in the week to visit all the other blogs joining the linkup. Last week there were 30 linkups full of inspiration, eye candy, book and TV recommendations, photography, and recipes - there is truly something for everyone. Thank you all for being so faithful to post every week!

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17 comments :

  1. Those Pieces in the Garden blocks are amazing. I love Irish soda bread, I have made it, but I'm not able to make it like the Irish do, when they make it its yummy.

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  2. Looks like the the littles and the puppies had a good time. Hopefully they wore each other out such that naps were taken by all. Good luck with your to do list for this week.

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  3. Looks like the grands had a great time with the dogs.
    Have fun with the friendship star blocks this week, Linda.
    Here we didn't celebrate St.Patrick's day.

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  4. What an adorable friendship star. Your fabrics are absolutely lovely.

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  5. Fun with the grands! The dogs look happy, too. That Irish Beef Stew sounds yummy. No real plans for St Patrick's Day here, but I'll try to remember to wear green, lol! Thanks for hosting us every week!

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  6. Good morning! Yes, we ALWAYS celebrate St. Patrick's well here! I'm not Irish (but I've been to Ireland if that counts for anything, esp loving the place??). My fam loves Irish soda bread! Yum! We'll be having colcannon (can't get enough of it!) and Guinness Chocolate Pudding (another fave) but I still need to work on the rest of the menu. One daughter is bringing Irish Cheddar Biscuits which have Guinness in them as well. We're having my in-laws and our kids over on Sunday for the whole shin-dig--a little late but I don't have time until then anyway! SlĂĄinte!

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  7. I would like to make a good Irish Soda Bread but when I have tried it is usually dry and crumbly, I should look the recipe over maybe is different than what I have tried in the past. So nice having little grandchildren visit.

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  8. Thanks for the bread and soup links. They sound delish! Little and puppies, what a good weekend combination! Hope you have a fun stitching week!

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  9. Good for you on finishing your Bow blocks!!!! Yes, that scant 1/4” seam is a challenge, but your finished blocks are precious! I’m glad the blocks from Row 2 are going up fast! I’m hoping to finish Row 1 this week and then start Row 2. Happy sewing!

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  10. Hi Linda! Well, aren't those just the cutest little visitors enjoying the puppies?!! Kids and dogs - they just go together so well. Are you getting used to your new kitchen? Help your daughter move - I hope that means you watch the kids and not so much lifting, etc. Good luck on your list and thanks so much for the linky party. It does a great job of keeping me on task! {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne

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  11. Corned beef and cabbage and potatoes used to happen. Now it’s just the two of us so I got fixings for Rueben’s. Found a combo pack of sliced corned beef and Swiss cheese at our grocery store. I’ll share a photo on I Like Thursday!
    How do you embellish the Couple Photo? It’s so fun!

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  12. 2 of my youngest grandchildren are now living at my house now---with their mom (my youngest daughter)

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    1. Oh wow, you have your hands full. Praying for you to have extra strength!

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  13. well i got to see a couple grandkids finally, from oregon - came here yesterday and will be visiting family and back here this week. cute grandkids and i wish mine were still this little.

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    1. Oh that is fantastic! I know you are really enjoying them. I was wishing Everett was at least out of the diaper stage - lol!

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