Not finding time since before Christmas to use my sewing machine, I have taken my machine and some projects to work on to my mom’s. It’s been fun to sit and sew while I am spending time with her.
Update on my daughter–after almost 5 weeks in the hospital, she is home until the 27th. Then she is off to Kansas City for an evaluation on the bone marrow transplant.
Here is my not much done to-do list from last week:
- Finish jigsaw puzzle–HA HA HA
- Continue daily to listen to the Bible read on my computer and crocheting a prayer shawl.–done
- Finish 4 microwave cozies.–done
- Get a start on really organizing my room.–hhmm…….if I did anything, it sure wasn’t much.
I took this picture of the progress on making the 4 microwave cozies at my mom’s Monday. I finished them this evening. I didn’t make it out of the building before someone stopped me and bought them 🙂
I finished the current prayer shawl. Now I need to pick out the yarns for the one I will start tomorrow.
This week’s to-do list is going to actually be the same as the last week:
- Finish jigsaw puzzle
- Continue daily to listen to the Bible read on my computer and crocheting a prayer shawl.
- Finish 4 microwave cozies.
- Get a start on really organizing my room.
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5 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday–Sewing at Mom’s”
Wow, you made a sale instantly! Congratulations. It must be fun to sit and sew with company. Have fun at your mom’s. Thanks for sharing on Wednesday Wait Loss.
I’m glad your daughter is home – will pray for her regarding the bone marrow transplant. How is she holding up?
How nice you’re getting to spend time with your Mom. That’s great you sold those cozies as soon as you finished them! That is a beautiful prayer shawl.
Thank you for linking with To Do Tuesday! 🙂
I’m sure my daughter is as scared as the rest of us are. She goes to Kansas City on the 27th for the evaluation. Lots of prayers are being said for her. Thanks for thinking of her.
I’ve marked the 27th on my calendar to remind myself to pray for her. And you!
I’m laughing with you on the jigsaw puzzle. They have long been a holiday tradition in my family–no holiday went by without us doing several. My sisters have all been sending pics of the puzzles they’ve been doing over the last few weeks and honestly, I haven’t done one in couple years so Ha ha ha!! for sure. I’d love to but quilting always wins out!