October is over and, in my sewing world at least, left me exhausted! I made 3 costumes, two trick or treat bags, and a quilt... whew.
So now it is time to get organized for the holidays! But first a confession: I don't know if you noticed this about me, but I tent to go overboard. Now, with that in mind, here is my holiday sewing schedule!!
1 - "Awesome" quilt.
I got this fabric more than a year ago. It's called Awesome, and it's a beautiful fall line. I had the squared finished a looooong time ago to, so I just need to get the top sewn together!
2 - Weekender bags - at least get them started...
I didn't typo there. It's suppose to be plural. I got this c.r.a.z.y idea to make my kids weekender bags for Christmas because they don't have great suitcases and we travel a lot. Then, of course, I want one, so I have the supplies for 3 bags here or being shipped here. The fabric in this picture is going to be for the princess. The other fabric is in route. Wish me luck. Or call the funny farm...
3 - Lego Bag.
When I first saw Lee's tutorial for this, it was like Heavenly choirs sang! My boy needs this for Christmas!
1 - Finish weekender bags
2 - The princess' Christmas dress. She wants gold and red. Griffindor colors. Yes, I'm serious!! lol!
3 - Mug Rugs for gifts.
4 - Planning/ designing E's King size. I have a friend who has commissioned a king sized quilt. I will be really getting into the meat of it after the holidays, but I will be planning, etc. as I can! I'm very excited!
And for both months - keep up with Skill Builder blocks. These are the October blocks that I just barely finished in time! :)
Crazy Quilt block