Good morning! I'm checking in today with my weekly to-do list and linking up with Roseanne and friends for the To-Do Tuesday linky party at Home Sewn By Us.
Last week's list was all about enjoying the holiday, and I did my best to do just that! Since we were staying home and not spending time with any family, enjoying the holiday (for me) involved playing with fabric, and here's what I made.
Our holiday in fabric:
Mike and I, and our two sons, snug in our three little houses,
roads connecting us, but not traveled this year,
a snowy landscape, Christmas trees!
and the Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in the sky!
I also enjoyed a Christmas book, Lakeshore Christmas, by Susan Wiggs, and the "Call the Midwife" holiday special on PBS. Cookies were baked and eaten as well. Thank goodness for Zoom - we saw all of our loved ones that way this year!
Now I'm ready to get back to "normal!" (Are we there yet? :) This week between Christmas and New Years is typically my week to clean up, organize, and figure out what I want to focus on in the new year. So here's what's on the list:
1. Take down the tree and put away Christmas decorations. (I usually do this on New Year's Day.)
2. Work on a list of WiPs and possible new projects for 2021. Such as the "To be quilted" pile, which includes Rainbow Jungle. (I did finish sewing on the borders!)
This pretty dark blue-green Grunge collects and shows all of the lint and threads that collect on my sewing room floor, so that gives me to-do #3 -
3. Vacuum sewing room floor. 🤣
Plenty to keep busy with this week!