Tuesday' Thoughts: Glorious Unfolding Part 4
When we ask ourselves, "Why am I here? What is my purpose? What is God's will for my life?
Here it is:
We were made to run through fields of foreverSinging songs to our Savior and King
So let us remember this life we're livingIs just the beginning of the beginningOf this glorious unfolding
We will watch and see and we will be amazedIf we just keep on believing the story is so far from overAnd hold on to every promise God has made to usWe'll see the glorious unfoldingJust watch and see (unfolding)This is just the beginning of the beginning (unfolding)
To Do Tuesday Checklist
Last Week's List
* Cut out the 10 Qube Crush blocks. 👎 I did, however, do the fabric pull which, as you may know, is the most time consuming part!
* Learn to use the Sprocket, print out the pictures and complete the March section of my daughter's Memory Book! 👎 I'm about halfway there!
* Depending on how my hand holds out, I hoping to finish the Comfort/Wine afghan! 👍 It is finished, washed and delivered! It turned out to be almost a queen size afghan!
* I want to start binding my $7.50 quilt from so long ago. 👍
This Week's List
* Cut and stitch the 10 Qube Crush blocks.
* Complete the March section of my daughter's Memory Book.
* Make progress on my Hexagon Afghan.
My daughter and I have had many conversations about the various productivity levels in each of our lives. She accomplishes so much more than I!
The biggest differences are that I have multiple hobbies: sewing, gardening, hand sewing, crocheting, scrapbooking, reading and journaling in various Happy Planners. On top of sewing, she has four children. Enough said, right?
Another difference is that she usually works on one project at a time while I work on multiple projects.
Consequently, I'm trying to work on one project (quilting, crocheting, reading) at a time and liking it! I finishing up more UFO's as well as new projects. Plus, I'm feeling less fragmented.
I'm also rotating UFOs/WIPs and new projects. That way, when that squirrel saunters in, I add her to my rotation. It's taking so much discipline to stick to this! So far, so good! :)
That being said, my next quilty project will be my Qube Crush. It's basically a sampler quilt using the Accuquilt Qube. I believe there's 72 blocks and I've made 35.
Because of the unpredictability of various health issues with family, I've stayed away from QALs. However, this one from Melva Loves Scraps seems manageable. The way she has them scheduled, even if we have a health crisis I should be able to keep up! Yea!
Here's my first block!
On the Hook
As you saw above, I'll be working on my Hexagon Afghan for the near future. Of course, my carry along crochet project are my dishcloths!
These are usually Christmas gifts for all the wonderful staff in my various doctor's offices and small gifts during the year.
Playing with Paper
A new tool has joined the mix! Say hello to my new HP Sprocket printer. Did I mention that I love it? Here's a video of how it works!
And yes, that is actually me with hubby's assistance video taping. UPDATE 4/28/21: Aw, Nancy, thank you for your sweet comment! We'll be taping the video tonight! I forgot to do that part! :)
UPDATE: 5/2/21: There have been several challenges this week. This video is coming, just not sure when.
UPDATE: 5/9/21 I made the video, but cannot post it on Blogger. So, it's on Instagram! I'm so sorry, I just didn't realize I couldn't post videos directly to blogger. 😔
Take good care, everyone! Until next time!