Sunday, May 02, 2010

Stuffus

The Charming Guys & Girls Club is changing things up a bit for May and June - stay tuned to possible swaps and sale. I'm setting some sewing goals for the month anyway - scroll down to see three of this month's goals.
I spent Friday evening and this afternoon cutting three projects that I hope to complete this month.

One with a Frolic Layer Cake, one with an older Mary Engelbreit Layer Cake and one with American Primer leftovers. :-) One of these projects is for the Year of Schnibble - we get to pick our own project (either a Little Schibble or a Big Schibble) for the month of May.

I have two more projects to cut so I'll show you those in a few days.


When you pop in to visit with me - it makes me smile - thank you!

In Friendship!

15 comments:

Jeanette said...

American Primer is one of my fave lines, I can't wait to see what you do with it. I have a ton of it that I am hoarding so I hope to get a little inspiration.

Looks like you are set up for a busy month!

Sandra said...

Looks like you've got some big plans for May. Piecing goes so much faster when you have everything cut in advance. Happy sewing!

Carol said...

You got tons cut...YIPPEE!! Yes the green is great!

Quilt Hollow said...

You should be smiling...cause here I am!! :-)

call me crazy said...

Wow~ way to be a cut up! :-) LOL Can't wait to see your quilts!

Karen said...

Just popping in to make you smile :). I worked on a project for a guild program this weekend called Sunny Breeze. Want to guess which pattern I used?? Have a great day.

Loris said...

Strong work setting those goals! The fabric looks like it would make us all smile :-)

Wendy said...

Oh boy you've got some fun stuff planned. I can't wait to see the ME quilt.

sunny said...

Great job! I should have been cutting yesterday, because I couldn't quite make myself start quilting. . . .so I did nothing. :-(

Allie said...

My, you ARE prepared - how fun! I have stuff cut, I just can't find it.

Ginger Patches said...

Look at all the pretty fabric all cut and ready to go, yum!!!

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

American Primer leftovers? Did you get those from your hermetically sealed bags? :)

I love that fabric line. The other projects look yummy, too. Can't wait to see what they turn into.

Quilter Kathy said...

I like looking at your piles of cut up fabric and wondering how these quilts will look when they're done! That is something I never do...cut more than 1 project because I would get totally confused and overwhelmed!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

So organized and planned Darlene! I am in the middle of chaos!

Kelly@ Charming Chatter said...

Oooh, can't wait to see what you're cooking up over there - I love all of the fabric you're using!

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