Monday, October 31, 2016

November Goals: OMG!

Surprise, Surprise!
One Monthly Goal has moved locations!
The new home is with Patty, at Elm Street Quilts!

Click the new button to check out the Welcome Page!
Elm Street Quilts
 Isn't it cute?
So...
This means I get to link-up with a goal of my own, at the November Linkup!
I aim to piece & sandwich this panel (#12) for my Daily Dot quilt. I am using QAYG method for the QAL hosted by Audrey at Quilty Folk. These dots represent September 16th - October 20th, so I am a bit behind. I am due to stitch block #366 on November 29th. 
I hope you will join me over at Patty's place for monthly goal-setting!
Cotton Cuts has generously offered a one month subscription, fabric bundle!
Something like the one I received this month...
ooo-la-la!
Thank you all for your wonderful comments! I am still very limited with computer use and I regret that I will remain a "no-reply-to-your-comment-blogger" for awhile longer. Meanwhile, I ordered the Martelli Ergo Cutter as a way to change up muscle-use when I am cutting future quilts.
I can hardly wait to see how she handles.
Has anyone tried it?

I found this photo, and a review at Quilter's Review

21 comments:

  1. I've just started my own circles project although I've not set specific goals for myself. It is just a reason to sit and stitch! Thanks for being lucky #1 to link up in my first month of hosting. Appreciate all your work as our lovely hostess for OMG!

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  2. I have a friend who fell in love with the Martelli when her hand was in a cast. I tried it but don't like the way it opens and closes. Do give it a good try as it should definitely help your shoulder.

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  3. PS: and thanks for hosting OMG! I hope Patty will keep it rolling next year.

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  4. Yes thanks for hosting OMG...it's been a great benefit to the quilting community.

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  5. Thanks for all you have done for us Heidi! It has been so fun to be part of the OMG!

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  6. Im sorry Heidi that your health problems have meant you have had to relinquish OMG. I hope it's temporary. You have been fab at hosting OMG and always so encouraging and supportive.

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  7. I'll be interested in seeing how you like the cutter. Thanks for getting us started on the monthly goals. I know we are in good hands with your successor. =)

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  8. I'm so sorry that you are still having problems, Heidi! It was so fantastic of you to start OMG after ALYOF ended, and it's great that Elm Street Quilts is stepping in to help out. I hope rest means this won't be permanent! And now you get to participate.

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  9. Thanks for creating and hosting OMG; although I haven't played along the last few months. Have a great week.

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  10. Heidi....so glad you found someone to continue OMG. Feel better and enjoy the rest. PS: Your goal for November looks like the perfect sewing. ENJOY!

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  11. Mine is a baby quilt this m onth.
    http://melsquiltingblog.blogspot.com/2016/11/ufos.html
    Couldn't find the linky.

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  12. Good luck on your OMG Heidi! I hope that you really get to enjoy participating without all of the behind the scenes fun! Can't wait to see your OMG dots!

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  13. I've been pretty busy these last couple of weeks and just checked into Elm Street quilts to get some sewing mojo inspiration and found out you have been on the sewist's version of workman's comp. I do hope your wrists are healing and you have figured out more on how to keep it from happening in the future.

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  14. I love how you dated your squares for us. And that owl peeking out is adorable. I hope the Ergo Cutter works for you.

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  15. Thank you for hosting the OMG all these months. You did a fabulous job.

    I just got the Martelli Rotary cutter and I think I'm going to like it. It is going to take some getting used to but I can already tell that it is easier on my thumb and wrist. Good luck!

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  16. Heidi, thank you so much for hosting! I was lucky enough to win one month!

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  17. You were an awesome OMG hostess, Heidi. Thanks Sew much! Are your wrists any better? We're the doctors able to diagnose the problem? Here's hoping you're on the road to recovery! XO

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  18. Looking forward to seeing your final quilt for our daily circles. THE QAYG method is fascinating to me, though I have yet to try it. Hope you heal quickly and the new cutter works well for you.

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  19. Hope you are feeling lots better. I've had those times where I had to stay off the computer due to physical issues. Thanks for playing hostess to the OMG for most of this year. It's really helped with my motivation. Good luck with your November goal.

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