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Monday, October 31, 2022

To Do Tuesday 11-1-22

Hello and welcome to To Do Tuesday on this first day of November! Here is where you can share your accomplishments for the past week and your playlists for the coming week, and as Peggy from Quilts and Adventures put it so well, "helps us be accountable and to see cool projects". Everything you need to know about participating in To Do Tuesday can be found by clicking on the couple above.

Brenda at Songbird Designs has started a new linky party called Monday Musings. Isn't that the cutest logo ever! You can find more information about that right here.

Gail at Quilting Gail has started a Fall 2022 Scrappy Mystery Quilt-Along! You can find information about it right here.

Here is a happy mail book that arrived last week - County Seat Quilts by Julie Hendricksen and Vickie Gerike. I was inspired by Cheree at The Morning Latte, who made a few quilts from this book and they are just gorgeous! You can find a few of them on her blog right here.

My friend Pattie, who posts delicious recipes and beautiful tablescapes
at Olla Podridasent me a link to this pattern. Isn't it darling!


Speaking of Pattie, I made her recipe for Italian Sausage Soup yesterday and froze it for those cold winter days when I crave soup. It is made with hearty chunks of carrots and zucchini along with mushroom, spinach, and white beans, and it is delicious! You can find her recipe right here.

RBD quilt blocks on point

My goals for this past week:
✅1. Work on RBD quilt - I decided to put the blocks on point and got a few done before I ran out of fabric, which was ordered from Missouri Star Quilt Co on 10/24 but hasn't shipped yet.😕
❌2. Crochet hat - I only got a few stitches done, so no real progress.
✔3. Wall hanging and Christmas quilt - I got pieces cut for the wall hanging but nothing done on the Christmas quilt
✅4. See Jenni and The Littles when we go to Laney's soccer game on Saturday - Laney's game was canceled (rain) and since she and Everett were with their Dad this weekend, we visited and grocery shopped with just our daughter and had a wonderful time!
✔5. Do some cross stitching in the evening - Catching up on Joy's Autumn SAL 

I still need to finish the binding on The Wedding Quilt! Watch for a post about it later this week.

My playlist for the coming week:
1. Bind The Wedding Quilt and post about it.
2. Continue work on the RBD quilt if fabric arrives.
3. Work on Quilting Gail's Mystery QAL
4. Work on wall hanging and Christmas quilt
5. Keep working on needlework in the evenings

You are invited to share with us and add your post to the linky below. We are not picky about your content, we just like to see what you have (or have not) been up to this past week! Please be sure to visit other blogs and give each other a pat on the back or a word of encouragement. And if you see a link from Marsha's Spot and have trouble accessing her blog, just copy this URL and paste it into your browser: https://marshasspot.com/

You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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24 comments :

  1. I am also stitching the Autumn stitchalong by Joy, and enjoying so much. Glad you met your daughter.Your blocks look great on point, Linda, the dark brown background fabric highlights the block. Good luck with your list this week. Hugs

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  2. Your RBD blocks are looking great , Linda . You did a wonderful job on meeting your goals for the week. Thank you for keep us informed on the quilt happenings in blog world. Have a great week.

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  3. Even though you didn't get to everything on your list, you still had good progress on a few projects. Thank you for all the links, lots happening in blog land.

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  4. So many fun things to do and join in with! That zipper pouch is so fun, and the Italian sausage soup sounds delicious. I really like your RBD blocks set on point, too. Have a great week, Linda!

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  5. You have an ambitious list this fall. Lots of QAL and SAL. Thanks for all the links, you know you tempt me!! Love that cup from Pattie and the soup recipe. We were just talking yesterday how soup weather is just around the corner. I love soup!!

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  6. you have been busy! will look at the soup recipe always like soup in the winter months

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  7. I love your RBD blocks! Hope the fabric gets there soon. We lost out on the rain again, but cooler. 7 more days to go and then I think we can all relax, as long as we are in our homes! LOL. Hugs

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    1. I guess I'll have to email Missouri Star - no notification of shipping yet! Hope you get some rain!

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  8. Thanks for the shout-out. That really is a fun book! I still have a couple more I'd like to make from it, and I definitely want to make another pumpkin one. (That one sold fast!). That soup looks so yummy and hearty! (I love soup season!)

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  9. Some interesting links to have a look see, thanks. Love that Country quilts book, and I really like the RBC blocks on point. Looking forward to seeing the wedding quilt all completed too.

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  10. Your RBD blocks look great! And the soup looks so delicious.

    Michelle
    https://mybijoulifeonline.com

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    1. Thank you Michelle! Hope your week is going well.

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  11. Hi Linda! What a fun, newsy post you shared today. The RBD blocks look fab on-point. I ordered some fabric from MSQC recently and it still hasn't shipped. They have nice sales but that's the other end of the equation - slow shipping especially when you order yardage that needs to be cut. Oh well - we'll find other projects to keep us entertained until they arrive, right?!! It sounds like your weekend was fabulous, spending time with your daughter. That is priceless! I'm looking forward to seeing the completely finished wedding quilt SOON. Thanks for hosting To-Do Tuesday. {{Hugs}} a bunch. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  12. Your blocks look great, and you've shared some fun things. I need to check our Brenda's new linky!

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  13. That soup looks yummy and I do love zucchini in my soup. I love your RBD quilt blocks. On Point looks like a hit to me! Good luck on your new scrap mystery quilt. Hope your happy mail arrives soon!

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  14. Thanks for the shout out on the soup. I commented on it on Instagram, but what I failed to ask was where you got that bowl? It is wonderful! So cute and the perfect size. Pattie @ Olla-Podrida

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  15. Oooh yum, that soup looks delicious! I will try it when I get home! So glad you're joining in on the SAL! xx

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  16. I love that you host this linky. I see a few of my blog friends participate and its always so fun to see what they get up to...yourself included.

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  17. I love your blocks on point, Linda! They look great. Unfortunately it seems slow shipping seems to be the norm these days. Not fun. That soup looks so yummy! I love soup and cornbread (you can tell I'm a southern gal! LOL) I make an Alfred Chicken Chili that we love to have several meals from when the weather is cool. I made a batch when we had our first cool snap last month. So happy you got to spend time with your daughter. Thanks for the link to that adorable cup too! Though you missed your grands, sometimes just daughter time is good for both of you! Thanks so much for advertising my linky party, Linda. I hope your readers will join in on the fun. Have a great week and fun with your goals!!

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  18. Lovely post, Linda, and I too will be checking out those links. Thanks! Your RBD blocks are just beautiful. Still pleasant and warm here but cold in the forecast for next week...definitely will be hearty soup weather soon! Yours looks delicious.

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  19. I love your RBD blocks!!! Thanks for the link up.

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