How is January tracking??

I am really trying to stay on task this first month, however I know some things are slipping. Normally, I would be ok about this and just adjust my schedules, but this time I am a little stressed about moving the deadlines.

SpoonflowerSampler_Quilting

 

Project Dates Current Status
 Sew Mama Sew (Project 5)  16 January
  7 February
 TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT (UNDERWAY), BIND
 Schnitzel & Boo Mini Quilt  16 January TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND (COMPLETE)
 Spoonflower Sampler Quilt  31 January TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT (UNDERWAY), BIND
 Bjorn the Bear  31 January
Feb
TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND
 Jungle Ave Tapa  31 January TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND

*I will reorganize the table based on date changes next week

Anyway, the quilting must go on though…and I have made progress on two projects;

  • the Spoonflower sampler quilt where I did some more quilting last night (above), and
  • my Sew Mama Sew project (below) where the back is complete and now it is basted.

QuiltBack_SMS

Linking up with Lee over at Freshly Pieced for WiP Wednesday.

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10 thoughts on “How is January tracking??

  1. katechiconi

    Oh, please don’t stress! Quilting is supposed to be joyous, a pleasure, not a rod for your back. My recommendation? Finish the quilt that only needs binding. Then that’s a whole project off the list, you can concentrate on quilting and not get distracted and have to change feet on the sewing machine and other nonsense.

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  2. quiltingjetgirl

    I am sorry to hear that it is stressing you out – boo! I hope that the slight adjustments you did make give you the breathing room you need. And that is a lot of work you have done already this month. Don’t forget to give yourself credit for all the positives!

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  3. Renee

    Uuuugh I am very much feeling that slide of the schedule! I’ve seen you work under pressure though, and think you’ll make those deadlines!

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  4. Nurdan

    Sorry to hear that it is stressing you out a bit at the moment. Take a deep breath, relax, imagine how great your projects will look and just continue. Sometimes, even when you have a dead line getting closer, it is best not to think about it much and just do it. You are great at what you are doing!

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  5. Rochelle

    Quilts take the time they demand. I do think the hardest part is getting that binding on!! Enjoy them and try not to let the stress get to you because it does bad things to the body!

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