Hello, friends! Today I’m sharing my Quilt Works in Progress October 2021 edition. I have some fun things to share with you today including several finished Christmas table runners, and a little bit about some sewing room organization I’ve been working on for a few weeks. Since I’m posting this fairly early in the month I should be able to post an update later this month or at least post again quite early in November.
Quilt Works in Progress October 2021
October Projects Links
Here are links to the projects I share in today’s video. You’ll get more information and details in the video on each particular project:
- Home & Hearth project remakes – (see the projects here…looks like the small project bag will be up first)
- Mini Charm Table Toppers
- Mini Brick Road Runners
- Tumbler Christmas Runner
- All the Trimmings Christmas Wall Hanging
- Sampler Spree Quilt Blocks
Sewing Room Organizing
I’m going to share a full post with more details on this soon, but one of my October projects has been a quick sewing room organization. You can find the bins, lids, and labels I shared in the video here (scroll down for lid and label options):
October Works in Progress Video
Watch today’s October Works in Progress Video above, or go here to watch it on our YouTube channel. I share quite a bit more about my organizing in the video and also give you an up-close look at the table runners and quilt blocks.
Happy quilting, and thanks so much for stopping by!
Margaret LaVenia says
Thanks for showing your “in progress” room. It’s nice to see that your room is not always perfect as we see it. Pioneer Woman has a picture in one of her cookbooks at the very back of her sink piled with loads of dirty dishes, pots and pans used for her videos so that we know it isn’t always perfect. It’s like when we grow up and everyone thinks they should look like “Barbie” but very few do. Thanks for being realistic and for sharing hints to help us organize more to be more productive. Maybe an idea for one of your Podcasts/Videos would be to show us what you do in a day or weeks time to keep up with the pace that you do to stay productive and get your projects done on time. Sometimes I can’t get started even though I know I need to get started.
sherri McConnell says
Thank you so much for your comment. And thank you for your terrific suggestion–will do!