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    Week 9 -- February 28 to March 5

    Here's the spot to post your goals for the week! And, if you'd like, you can post your progress from last week. Being the last day of the month, you may be working on projects from two different months. How fun!

    Despite having a four-day business trip last week. I was actually fairly productive. When my DD#3 got married, I made a wedding quilt that featured a Duck bride and a Duck groom. With every baby, I've made a duckling that I add to the quilt. Baby #3 was born in December, and I finished his duckling before leaving on my trip.

    I also refused to start my trip until Tuesday. Why? Because I had long been signed up for a class with MAN SEWING, Rob Appell. He is just a sweet as sweet can be. What a fun class!

    I'm going to go post our March number now!

    Here's a link to that Duck Wedding quilt: http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/mem...llborn-dgd.jpg
    Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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    GuitarGramma, I love the duck quilt - very creative! Glad you were able to get so much accomplished. I would love to go to a Rob class. I'll bet he's a hoot and a half!

    We were also away most of the week for DS BB tournament. They finished the tournament with a 500 record and saw a lot of great teams. I took my Feb. project with me and was able to finish it in the hotel in the evenings. I also managed to get caught up on my 365 blocks, so the only thing undone for Feb. is the Jinny Beyer block. Hope to get to that this week.

    Goals for the week:

    1. Jinny Beyer Feb. block
    2. Stay current on the 365
    3. Start working on March's project.
    Cindy

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      #3
      My progress from last week was zero, zilch, nada. I only stepped into the sewing room to put some things away, sat and looked at the current project, but I guess my heart was somewhere else. Thank goodness for new months and new weeks, where I can revive my commitment to completion of various projects.

      This week, my objectives are:

      1) make 2 - 3 mug rugs
      2) finish Izzy's pillow top - DONE
      3) continue working on January's UFO (finish piecing backing) - DONE

      This all should be doable this week.
      If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.- Zig Ziglar

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        #4
        Oh, my! I had started February ahead of schedule, but life got in the way. I didn't work on any of my UFOs these last weeks, although I managed to complete a few cushion covers my sister needed. And I don't know if I'll be able to sew any quilts this week either, as I have a comission of another princess disguise for my second niece.

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          #5
          I met my goal of doing nothing last week! LOL Though, I did make some progress on my BOMs and the 365. I also made progress on my Feb project. Almost have the flying geese trimmed.

          This weeks goals:

          1) Keep working on BOMs
          2) Find out what March's number is
          3) Finish trimming flying geese from Feb
          "I must be royalty, I have quilts-in-waiting."

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          Git 'er Done Club

          About this Group

          We exist to help each other finish quilts. Our motto is "Git 'er Done!" If you have too many UFOs (UnFinished Objects) in your life, then we're here to help!

          This group is dedicated to those of us who keep starting new quilting projects without finishing the ones we'd already started.

          Each of us will create a list numbered from 1 to 12. Every month, this group will publish a random number between 1 and 12, and that's the project we'll all work on!

          We're here to support each other. It's amazing how knowing what project to tackle helps to motivate us to finish what we start.
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