Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Philipppians 2:27 Part 2. Shawl Progress! To Do Tuesday

Hello There!
I'm so glad you've stopped by for a visit! Pull up a chair!  I hope you enjoy our study of the book of Philippians!  

Here is where we started Philippians 2:27! Let's continue it to learn about God's grace and mercy!

Philipppians 2:27 Part 2
God indeed had mercy on Epaphroditus, Paul and the Philippians with Epaphroditus' healing.  Paul says that the LORD spared him "sorrow upon "sorrow".  
Paul being in prison was indeed a sorrow as his deep desire to serve God fully may have seemed to him to be thwarted by his circumstances.  Then, had Epaphroditus passed away from his illness, that would have been sorrow upon sorrow!  And Paul praises God for this grace and mercy.  
I'll continue this tomorrow!

Shawl Progress!
I was able to add a few more rows to the Granny Square Cardigan!  This project is coming along beautifully!  
Remember, the tutorial is here!

It needs to be 41"X41" to be done.  Right now it measures about 27"X27", so I'm almost there!

To Do Tuesday
I would like to encourage you to link up your weekly To Do list to Christine's To Do Tuesday link up at Stitch All Things!  The weeks I link up seem to be so much more productive for me - unless I decide to play with my grandchildren!  I'll usually take a picture of my current list so that I can stay on track!  

Here's last week's list:
Last Week's To Do Tuesday Goals
1)   Keep up with my Quilty 365 Done!    
2)   Continue crocheting the rest of the gold hexies.   Oh Oh!  The Granny Square Cardigan took over!
3)    Continue on my Simple Scrappy Sampler.
a.  attach the rest of the  compensating strips Done!
b.cut out the background squares Done! 
4)    Get assistance with my Fabri-Flair project! Done!   

 This Week's To Do Tuesday Goals
1) Keep up with my Quilty 365 
2) Continue crocheting my Granny Squares Cardigan!  
3) Continue on my Simple Scrappy Sampler .
        a) attach the rest of the purple sashing and figure out the last border.  Maybe get it sewn on so I can get this baby to my beloved long-arm quilter!
I changed the pattern a bit, so here's the new layout.  I'll share more about it later on.  
4) Begin stitching my Fabri-Flair project
I'll get it done one bite at a time! | image tagged in cute turtle | made w/ Imgflip meme maker

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  1. Such cute blocks and so colorful - this is really nice. I can't wait to see it finished. ~smile~

    1. Thank you so much! I'm exited to see it finished as well! Hopefully by next week it will be in the hands of my long arm quilter! Thank you for stopping by and commenting! Take good care!

  2. So proud of you accomplishing all that you have so far this year! Beautiful work!

    1. Thank you! God is so good! Thank you for stopping by and commenting!

  3. Plenty for you to do! I always hate getting to those LONG outside rows! The color is lovely though. Best of luck with that and other projects.

    1. Yes, lots to do! Right? Those long outer rows take FOREVER! Or so it seems! Thank you for stopping by and commenting!

  4. I am really loving the colors of the granny square shawl! Love the quilt layout too... that quilt is fantastic! Thanks for linking up this week; It helps me too, and I'm so happy it helps you as well!

    1. Thank you for your encouragement! If you look closely, there are definitely some errors on the quilt - but it's ok! I'm so happy to be finishing up another quilt that I started during chemo! I'm eager to get those UFO's done! :)

  5. Progress! Good for you! Your quilt blocks are so bright and cheery!

    1. Thank you, Sharon! I discovered my "color language" when I saw an Instagram post from "Karakreis"! She uses tons of bright colors! Thank you for stopping by and commenting!