1. A quilt for a wedding in November. The pattern is going to be Flower Garden from Connecting Threads, and I want to get it completed, because I still have another quilt to finish for another wedding that month, only six days apart. I made some progress on it last quarter, but now it is crunch time to get it done. Good thing they want their gifts mailed to them. (It is going to be about a month after their wedding, but I am OKAY with that!)
2. Made two of the four rag rugs. I recently changed the pattern, I just have to take out the sewing and braiding I have done and start from scratch with the new pattern I have. I am excited to start this project over again. These were to be Christmas presents a few years back. My goal for Q4 is to get two out of four done. A goal from all year! Maybe I will get this done this time. One step at a time.
5. Complete this wedding record cross stitch. This is for the first wedding we are attending, that is our vacation/wedding. I have goals for each week, that I am kinda already behind on, but I will get it done. Thank goodness things quiet down for me this week!
6. I have a co-worker getting married in December, and I am going to make very simple placemats. The fabric is ready, and my pattern is ready, now to just execute!
7. Another co-worker is getting married in February of next year, and I have a table runner pattern with some fabrics that are bright colors, perfect to go with the decor of their house. I can not wait to see how this turns out. I can probably crank this out over a weekend. (Oh, and they have two very different favorite football teams, which will be split down the middle on the back)
8. Knit a shawl for the 2nd wedding we are attending, which is in November, and the whole thing is outside. Granted it is not the Eastern part of the US, but it is in the mountains on the West coast, which could be cooler than what I am use to especially in a strapless, short dress. The yarn matches the dress, and the pattern is simple and it reminds me of the wind and a little bit of the outdoors. This will be the first shawl I have ever done.
9. Finish a throw quilt for my Mom. I started this project back in approximately 2009. I saw it in Keepsake Quilting, and I convinced my brother and Dad that I would make it for my Mom for Christmas. They helped pay for it as it would be from all of us, and I started it, but never finished. I would love to try and finish it for Christmas this year. She gets cold easily and it would be perfect for her to wrap up in.
10. Make a baby quilt. My cousin is having his second child with his wife, and I made the first kid a small quilt, so I feel like I should make the 2nd child their own quilt, (I try not to be bias). A simple fence rail quilt will look great I think, especially with the colors I choose.
11. Knit a different shawl for the 1st wedding we are attending in November. This one is in Tennessee in November, completely outside. Yes, it is during the daytime, but it will be cooler than I am use to, which is Southern California weather. If I do not get it done before the wedding, I have an alternative sweater, I just like to try and be an overachiever...
12. Knit a total of 8 scarves for Operation Gratitude. I like to knit while we watch TV in the evenings and I felt like Operation Gratitude is a great cause to knit for. I have a bag and box of yarn to knit up, and currently I'm working on the bag. I will only make a dent in the bag, but a dent is a dent in a yarn stash...
One bite at a time. You can find me in the evenings after work/on the weekends at Clara (my Featherweight) working on a quilt/placemats/table runner or on the couch working on a cross stitch or knitting. Linking up to A Quilter's Table and looking at what everyone else wants to accomplish for the last quarter of 2016.