I said I would get to it but that I had some other projects ahead of hers, "no problem, Shelly whenever you get a chance!" After she left, I turned back to my computer and started back where I left off. However, my mind was not focused on what drug we gave cow 767 in May of 2009 for the flush. So instead, I ventured over to word and made this list:
Shelly's Sewing Project List
1. Logan's Pillowcase
2. Sarah's 1/2 apron
3. Stan's curtains - 2 sets
4. Danny's jacket - new zipper
5. Joseph's pants - patch
6. Ireland sweatshirt - fix zipper
7. Logan's quilt - binding
8. 5 - zippered bags (one for each Montano grandchild)
9. Aslyn's quilt
10. JP's socks - darn
11.JP's shirt - trees
12. JP's shirt - stars13. Madilyn's quilt
14. Mom's full apron
15. Sarah's full apron
16. Mom's quilt - queen size
17. Sarah's quilt - double bed
18. Apron for Logan - shark fabric
19. Shelly: 1/2 cooking apron
20. Shelly: full cooking apron or gardening apron?
21. Jessie/Chris quilt - queen size - colors?
22. Quilt for Savannah
23. Quilt for Lily
24. Quilt for Beth - Daisy's - size?
25. Quilt for Georgi/James - size?
26. County/State Fair - project to enter???
27. Market bag
Whew!! I feel like I'm forgetting something...
I don't know how long it will take me to get to all these projects, but I will get to them. Since the weather is nicer, it's more difficult for me to sit down and sew, however I decided that if I take about an hour each night after I get the kids to bed to work on a project, I will slowly get this list widdled down. Some of them I don't have to do but want to (such as entering something in the fair.) And luckily others are pretty quick such as patching pants, darning socks, making pillowcases (which I'm actually almost done with) and zippers. Oh, and those 5 little bags shouldn't take too long. I got my first one complete in just a hour or so.
I was going to make a list for the garden and yard, but am afraid too. Maybe in a few days. If I made it now, I might just get too overwhelmed!