Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Tuesday Tallies...slowly but surely...

I am a tortoise this week I think as I only have 30 now sewn together on my snowflake afghan. I had 22 last week with some ready to sew on but I did not get as much done this past week. I decided to start the hand quilting on another quilt and it cut into my time for crocheting. I have 6 ready to sew on so I should get more done this week...


One evening, I decided to throw all my projects aside and make the two pink coasters that were the gift from MollieMakes this month. They were done in no time so fun to do in between other things...


If you want to see more One a Day projects, stop over at Carole's blog for the latest links.

Heidi

13 comments:

  1. Your afghan is lovely as always and you are making good progress, just like Pooh says " we will get there one day"...grins...I love your coasters too...I am keeping busy with little quilts and another granny square and a little cross-stitching on the side...LOL Hugs from CA.

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  2. It is just gorgeous, Heidi. The coasters look lovely, I must get mine made. Have a good week. Deb x

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  3. Those coasters are sweet! And your afghan is looking lovely. :)

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  4. It seems like those projects with lots of little pieces take forever to make, but the end result is always spectacular. Like you said, slow but sure. I really like those little coasters!

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  5. The afghan is lovely. I've got that little coaster kit too. Maybe I'll find time to get around to it soon

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  6. Love the Coles your using to make your afghan. I've been watching your progress.

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  7. Oh yes, your coasters are lovely, but I love your afghan! These snowflakes are soooo beautyful and they works so good together with your red! I've been watching your progress too! :-D Have a good week and greetings from Germany! Sabine.

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  8. Het is toch wat, zelfs qua handwerken moet je aan time management gaan doen ;-)... je moet maar zo denken, als ik maar lekker handwerk...

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  9. That is going to be one stunning afghan!

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  10. Dear Heidi, just me again. I linked your blog with mine. I hope you will allow it. Greetings from Germany. Sabine.

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  11. Oooh I love your snowflakes. I have not seen this pattern before. Very effective. Great work. :-)

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