It is time to plan my next three months of quilt finishes. I am starting with two which did not quite get done:
This quilt was a High School graduation gift in 2005. It has been well loved and was returned for repair. While I am not sure I can do it justice without re-making it, I needed to re-attach the binding and repair some of the more obvious fabric issues. Most of the binding is re-attached, I have not started on the repair work.
This shirt block was made in a class offered by Carolyn Friedlander. My plan is to make it (and some of it’s friends) into placemats. Let’s say four for this upcoming quarter.
What I think is especially great about this project is that the main fabrics in the shirt blocks are from re-purposed shirts, mostly from thrift stores.
I got most of the blocks made last quarter, did not get any assembled into place mats yet.
Now, on to some new projects for this quarter.
I made a Mini Tiny Dancer last quarter, so cute! There are some left over fabric pieces (and binding for some strange reason) so I plan to make another one. It will be a little different, more neutral fabrics and less colorful fabrics.
Finally, I took a Craftsy class from Joan Hawley recently. It featured Sweetpea Pods and some clever things with zippers. My plan is to make a few of them, using these fabrics among others. Let’s say 6 Pods will be created.
5 thoughts on “Half Way There!”
What a great list, you can totally finish up these projects! Thanks for linking up on behalf of the 2017 global Finish-A-Long hosts.
Thanks for the encouragement. I think I can, I think I can…