Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Fresh new year

Taking it easy today and tomorrow as I worked last night and will work again tonight (graveyard shift as nurses' aide). So like my empty ort jar, I'm totally useless till I readjust to day shift lol.

Many plans for projects and sign ups for stitching QALs and skill builders...but this is just not my day to be coherent...wait till Friday, I should be back to normal...in the mean time I'm linking up to...


Previous work.... my first quilt will be going to a new home...it will be inherited by my four-year-old granddaughter; with much love from my SIL Cathy.

http://fiberofallsorts.blogspot.ca/2014/01/january-lovely-year-of-finishes-goal.html

I plan to complete the quilt top for my son's Dr. Who quilt. Totally missed out on giving it to him for the Christmas special, for Christmas Day, and now for the new year. Trying again for Valentines day...that should give me plenty of time lol. But I will complete the stitching of the quilt top in January.

http://fiberofallsorts.blogspot.ca/2014/01/january-lovely-year-of-finishes-goal.html

I have sew many new projects beginning; you can see many in my sidebars. Pick any one...I will easily add another next month lol.

12 comments:

  1. You certainly have plenty going on this month!

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  2. I will look forward to following your progress. Great projects!

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  3. I feel for you - working the shifts. Looking forward to seeing your progress as we journey through this bright new year! Can't wait to see your KONA project. I am in that hop, too! Happy 2014!

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    1. Excellent, I'm looking forward to seeing your hop project...the hops are such fun and inspiration!

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  4. I am visiting from lets bee social-look forward to seeing your quilts
    Happy New Year Kathy

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  5. I clicked on the link to the Dr Who quilt. I would love to see it but it was not there. I hope you post when finished. Good Luck in the new year!

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    1. Link has been fixed, sorry about that! Thanks for letting me know. Happy new year!

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  6. Good luck! My daughter is a huge Doctor fan...excited to see your finish!

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  7. My MIL was a PACU nurse for 30 years and I've seen what those crazy shifts can do to a person. On the other side of things, having been in a unit with my daughter several times, I thank you for working that miserable night shift. Good luck with Dr. Who.

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    1. Count me odd, but I love working night shift. More time to spend with each resident if they cannot sleep. It feels good to see them all snuggled under their covers, watching them get a good night's sleep. Not that it is always calm and easy going, we all have our bad nights. I'm glad someone was there for you with your daughter. It truly is hard being on that side isn't it? Thanks for stopping by.

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