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!
This cheerful table runner is done! I can’t imagine why I waited so long to finish it up. The hexies have been sewn for some time. They were started in a Mickey Depre workshop based on her Pieced Hexies books. So easy and fun to make. There was a brief time when I thought the… Continue reading A Completed Table Runner
Another project completed! The flower pots came from an exchange on a Carol Doak list some years back. I took them to a Modern Quilt Workshop taught by Donna of Donnalee Design Studio. This is the result. It all started here: https://ponderingitall.blog/2017/04/05/spring-into-action And a shout out to Stephanie of Quilt Addicts Anonymous for recommending… Continue reading Modern Flower Pots
Here is my first finish of second quarter 2017. Isn’t it cute? Best guess is that it will be a table runner. The exciting news is that I have some of the purple, aqua and other colored fabrics so I can make a companion piece. Two Tiny Dancers!! My commitment blog post can be found… Continue reading Tiny Dancer!
My quilting plans for April, May and June 2017. They may be ambitious, check back in late June to see how it went.
My other finish this quarter was this cheerful Christmas quilt. It was part of an exchange coordinated through Quilt Addicts Anonymous in 2015. Here is the pattern: http://shop.quiltaddictsanonymous.com/product/ghost-of-christmas-past-pattern/ How great to have another one done. Again, I thank my retreat friends. This time they offered quilting and binding fabric selection advice. There was word of… Continue reading And Another Finish