I have been working on, “Get Bent – The Definitive Guide to a Stellar Total Knee Replacement Surgery Recovery,” all day, and my eyes are tired. I am taking a break from writing to work in my sewing room. Trimming the batting for one of my patented Snuggle Sacks is my current task. Its not terribly exciting, but does provide the excitement of completing a UFO UnFinished Object. Batting is leftover from my Hex a Go Go and Anita Goodesign quilts from a few years ago, so I am trimming and measuring that to insulate a Snuggle Sack with.

The Warm Company quilt batting laid out on cutting table, to be trimmed and measured for Snuggle Sack insulation
Batting for a friend’s Snuggle Sack
Sewing projects in progress, organized in Space Saver bags by project, and collected in a corner of Sandy Eulitt's sewing room
The UFO pile – organized by project, and no longer growing

The latter pic is my pile of UFOs that I plan to finish by the end of the holiday break. For me, the New Year doesn’t begin until after the College Football National Championship game has been played. In 2020, that is January 6th. So I have 38 days to complete 7 projects. Four of them are Christmas gifts, though, so guess what I’m doing Black Friday and this coming weekend.

Follow along on my progress athttp://www.catscraftsandlaughs.com

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