Thankfully it's Friday. I'm ready for the weekend, even though the mountain of laundry is going to need some serious scaling. We'll put the tree up this weekend and I need to find all the wrapping stuff so we can start moving all the boxes out of the master bedroom to under the tree. Hopefully there will be time to fit some sewing in as well. I'm behind on both the Meadow Mist and Bonnie Hunter Mysteries.
Realizing how much I've got going on outside the sewing room is making it a bit hard to decide on a One Monthly Goal for December.
Poinsettias should be back from the quilter next week, so one option is to get it bound before the end of the year. The other option is to get started on the third graduation quilt. This quilt is one where we found the fabric first and then came up with the pattern.
This quilt is going to one of DT's friends who is planning on being a math teacher. So in keeping with the math theme we decided on this pattern.
My working name for this quilt is Geometry, but that may change before it's finished. I'm not sold on the border treatment, there are some other ideas I want to play with. But I can certainly get started on the center piecing. HSTs are easy to do as leaders and enders, so I can start this one out that way. But while the featured fabric is ready to go, we haven't picked out the different brights to use with it.
May will be here really quickly. As much as I'd like to finish Poinsettias, it would probably be wise to get Geometry kicked off. So the goal for December is to decide on the tone on tone solids (hopefully all from the stash) and get started on the HST blocks. That should be doable this month.
Linking up with Patty at Elm Street Quilts.