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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Getting things done!

As the quilt show draws near we are little little elves working away getting ready for the show.  We have so much to do and so little time left.  We even have one more workshop to complete.
I have all the tags done thank God! I used my SIL and the print and cut function this made our tags looks so chic :) .


We've sent all the thank you cards and an extra special one to Connie at QuiltWorks and we've made and delivered all the thank you gifts 38 of them..wow that was work in itself but these ladies are so worth it!  I have the Light Box started.  All the pieces cut out and the finish is complete.  All I have to do is assemble it, well that is the actual hard part but I'm half way there.  Here is a picture of the pieces and sentiment.  I'll post another picture when it is all together.

I also finally completed my spools.  My big drill died so my spools were on hold.  I got a new drill and now my spools are complete.  I still have 11 of those ruler crates to make but that's an easy job.

My new drill press...oh she's a beaut

Of course here are the spools...:)


And then, I didn't like my  hand painting on the tin can raffle bird house so I redid those but printed them and modge podged them onto the signage for the bird house.  Looks so much better!
 

My list of "To Do's" is getting shorter but it isn't short!  I have had a ton of fun with the boutique but will be so glad to have my life back.  Oh it's not so bad but it does take lots of time.  We are so excited to see how we do.  We hope that the boutique is a success.  Our guild does so much for the community and the more money we have the more we can do.  It is a blessing to be involved!


2 comments:

  1. You did an awesome job on the boutique and all your little helpers. I think it might have been the best one yet. You are so crafty. Do you have any spools left? How much were they?
    Trying to catch up on my blog reading. ;o)

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    1. Well thank you my dear...We had so much talent, I/We were truly blessed. Yes, we sold everything. The bobbins were a big hit and they sold pretty much right away. Thank Goodness cause they were a bit hard to make without drilling through fingers! We sold them for 4.00 each. I love vintage bobbins but they are so expensive to purchase. I have many that I've purchased over the years. I used them for left over binding... Like you...I generally have enough left over for another quilt!

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