Sunday, June 16, 2019

Weekly Goals: 6/17/2019

It’s the beginning of a new week and time for our Just One Goal check-in …
What was your 'one' goal for last week? 
Did you meet it? Tell us if you did or didn't, we get encouragement both ways.
What is your 'one' goal for this week? 
Last week my 'just one' goal was to preserve our garlic harvest and I only partially got it done.    We had Vacation Bible School at our church and I just didn't get around to completing my goal. 


This is the elephant garlic that we grew, chopped and dehydrated.  It made a full quart!  I still have 2 other varieties to preserve and that's my goal for this coming week … finish preserving the 2 remaining varieties.
What about you, how are you doing with your 'just one' goal?

What is your 'one' goal for this week? 

patsi
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6 comments:

  1. I have about 50 cloth napkins cut that need to be hemmed. I hope to make a big dent in that this week.

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    1. Lana, what a great goal!!! With gardening season in full swing, I am way behind with my sewing!

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    2. Hubby said to tell you that we need dishcloths on your shop!!

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    3. Lana, LOL, how sweet! Tell your hubby I'll get right on that! I'm planning a Christmas in July event, I'll have some ready by then!

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  2. For the past few weeks, although I hadn’t posted it, I had the goal of sewing a surgical scrub cap for our son who works in an operating room. He had purchased his hometown professional hockey team fabric online for me to make it. I looked online for a pattern and tutorial and only found one that was the style that he would like. I cut it out once after drafting the pattern (not great) to actual size. Instructions were minimal and blurry. Found out I cut out the first one with the fold on the wrong side! So I cut the second one the correct way and struggled and finally gave up! 1/2 yard of the fabric wasted! I wouldn’t let myself do any fun sewing projects until I had this successfully made!
    In desperation I googled and found a different tutorial with a free printable pattern that you tape together but is well labeled! Today I finished it! Son tried it on and loved it! I’ll buy more fabric like that to make him a second one! He says that he knows that everyone he works with is going to want one and several friends have suggested I could start making and selling these. Don’t know if I want to but we’ll see if after making the second one I am happier and more confident. But, in the meantime- its done!!!πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰

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    1. gardenpat, I knew you would figure it out, you are a good seamstress and a good seamstress keeps working at a sewing issue until they get it figured out! I would love to see a picture of the finished product. Way to work on a goal that hit a few bumps in the road on it's way to completion!

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