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Welcome to my blog about my quilting journey! I started quilting in 2006 with a quilt of my own design which started as a cushion cover and ended up as a single bed sized quilt! Now I'm totally hooked. I'm not sure who else would be interested in reading my blog but here it is in any case!

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

2014 To Do List Update

Well I guess that seeing we are a quarter way through the year already (yikes, how did that happen?) I should take a quick look and see how I'm going on my project list for 2014, just to keep myself on track!
  1. Broken Herringbone Quilt - finish blocks and put top together  This is my UFO project for April.
  2. Quilt 'And Sew On' Wallhanging made last year.
  3. Mariner's Compass Quilt for my brother Kym (I have ruler set I bought several years ago I want to test out!)
  4. Complete and quilt QBSA swap star quilt.
  5. Make more blocks using crumb scraps I did four more of these on my retreat last weekend, now I have 8.
  6. Use my rainbow swap charms to make a quilt. Top is done and partly quilted so pretty well done!
  7. Complete Cot Quilt for my niece - this is my January challenge project and is underway! Done
  8. Make more Star Value scrappy blocks I have cut out all the pieces ready to stitch together
  9. Quilt Star Surround Lap Quilt
  10. Make a Shadow Trapunto project from book by Geta Grama
  11. Use pinwheel blocks made at sewing getaway into a project - maybe placemats? Done
  12. Christmas swap charms - use in a project - perhaps a table runner and/or pot holders?
  13. Castle Ceiling Quilt - continue handpiecing. Layout decided, slowly coming together, sewing rows together at the moment.
  14. Make handbags from patterns won last year.
  15. Project using mixed charms from swaps and scraps using pattern from book I have
  16. Make quilt top using Peter Rabbit fabric pieces
  17. Continue with QBSA block swap
  18. I Spy project using swap blocks - very long term as I don't need this yet.
  19. Finish watching all my Craftsy workshops I've signed up for, particularly the Leah Day ones.
  20. Try quilting feathers this year!
So far so good I think.  The first 12 are in my UFO list this year so hopefully things will continue to stay on track.

How are your UFO's? Are you kicking butt or are they breeding?!

Cheers

2 comments:

  1. Hi Sooli,
    I hope you had a lovely and productive weekend! I love your rainbow quilt! Well all your work is beautiful!
    Carin

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  2. Thats a fabulous list of finishes, well done... and before you ask, i almost have a finish and no i haven't started anything new, not that i'm not tempted :-)

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