It is that time again–time to announce my quilt plans for the first quarter of 2019. It is a busy year what with two family graduations, one family wedding, and maybe some other things going on. So, with no further ado, let’s get to my VERY ambitious list. First up is my Variable Ohio Stars… Continue reading 2019–1st Quarter
How can 3/4 of the year be gone already? It is true that the weather is changing and I am changing out seasonal clothing but how is it October? This quarter finds me working on some old favorites (each of which moved along last quarter but aren’t quite done) along with some new projects. First… Continue reading 2018 Resolutions Part 4
Oh my goodness, it is that time again! Time to commit to projects for the next three months. My list is ambitious this time around, even more so than usual. Let’s start with the very exciting news that my granddaughter is to be born next month(!). This leads to a flurry of projects: A… Continue reading 2018 Resolutions Part 3
It is that time again! I need to plan my next quarter’s worth of projects. And apparently I am feeling ambitious, there are seven projects this time. Maybe it has something to do with the glimpses of warmer weather we have been experiencing? In random order, here they are: These seasonal blocks will become… Continue reading 2018 Resolutions Part 2
2018 has rolled around and it is time to think about which projects get my top attention. This first quarter has six candidates for finishing. Three are re-runs (with progress made on each since first listed) and three are new to the list. Here we go! These seasonal blocks, designed by Carol Doak, were made… Continue reading 2018 Resolutions Part 1
Of course you noted that the post title is 3/4 of 2017. That is because 2017 is 3/4 through and I am making plans for the final quarter of the year. First up is this project: I have been “working” on it for 6 months (and that does not count how long it has been… Continue reading 1512.75
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… Continue reading Half Way There!