Friday, January 8, 2010

Wind-Up for the Weekend 1/8/10

Well, ladies and gentlemen, it's time for another "Wind-Up for the Weekened!" This is your opportunity to let us know what YOU'RE planning on working on this weekend.

Do you have a quilt retreat to go to? (we're all jealous if you do!) Are you staying in, cranking up the crockpot and sewing all weekend? (we're jealous of that, too!) Or, like most of us, are you just going to try and sneak in a little of your passion in between "real life."

Myself, I'm going to try and put up a tutorial. I think I may have figured out a way to make three cute baby quilts at one time...if it works the way I have it in my head (and on EQ5). We shall see, lol.

I also will be working at least 20 minutes a day on my NYE Mystery quilt and I would like to finish up my pillowcases that I've committed to finishing this week. I'll also catch up on my Hazel's Diary quilt.

I think that should be enough to keep me busy...Oh yeah...we should also start kidding (having baby goats) this weekend sometime. The goat keepers (myself and my daughter, Olivia) are on 24-hour vigil. Of course, the ambient temperature right now is -24° F (and that's before you figure in the wind chill...BRRR). It's not supposed to get above zero until sometime on Saturday or maybe Sunday.

Let me know what you're planning on working on this weekend. Be sure and link to the specific blog entry where you talk about what you're doing this weekend and not just to your blog. If you link to your blog and a reader comes along and clicks on it on a later day, the link will take them to whatever your entry is that day and not your blog entry for Wind-Up for the Weekend.

To get the URL for your specific blog post, write your blog post, then go back to your blog once that post is published; click on that title and copy that address. Then use that address for your link in Mister Linky.

3 comments:

knitnoid said...

Try to stay warm!

Shelly said...

I'm continuing this year with my Weekly Challenge, so this works out fine. I'll just link to those! I love killing two birds with one stone (not literally)!

crossroadsquilts said...

Lambing (or calving or foaling) are no fun this time of year! Keep those babies and yourselves warm!

You are going to be BUSY this weekend!

Bari

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