Monday, January 20, 2014

What's up for this week

I had a fabulous time sewing with my sister and other friends at a retreat this weekend.  I made some progress on both some older projects and a new one.
I put these blocks together.  I have blogged about this quilt when I started it after Christmas.  I don't want this project to get forgotten.  I am ready to cut the border pieces and put them on.

 This is a older quilt that I worked on at Shipse several years ago.  It is ready for borders now also.

I wish I could credit the designer, but it was from  a blog post long ago and I have looked and looked for the original post.  It is a great pattern and it is cut from 2" strips.  The white stars get finished in the first border.

I also finished putting the blocks together from a really old lodge quilt.  I didn't take a picture this quilt, but I am deciding if I need to put a border on it.
This is my new project that I recently started.  I am using light blues and Kona Snow.  I used it as my leader ender project at the retreat.  I have lots more blocks half finished that I hope to work on this week.

My goal for this week is to quilt 3 of my larger quilts that I pieced the backings for last week.




I have one finish to report this weekend.  I moved this table topper to a new home.  I decided it was just best to abandon this project.  I am sure it will be loved where it went.  This makes 11 finishes for me in January.  I am energized by the UFO progress I am making.

I have already declared February as the month of B's.  I will be working on BORDERS AND BINDING(s)

I hope to are off to a great start on your goals this year.  Stop over to Judy's to see what others are working on this week.




6 comments:

Ramona said...

Yea!! for finishing UFO's! It does feel good, doesn't it? I really like both of your log cabin quilts, and especially the top quilt. Just beautiful.

Just Another Quilter said...

I just love the log cabin blocks. Keep up the progress. Can't wait to see the borders.

Valerie Reynolds said...

Returning the visit....and yes...love your log cabins. SO glad to know I'm good company when it comes to WIP!!! I added myself as A follower on BLoglovin:)

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Love the log cabin with the stars! You are having a fantastic month.

Melinda said...

Wow, I love all of your projects. Log cabins are an easy favorite and yours are especially beautiful.

Darling Jill Quilts said...

Looks like it was a successful retreat! I am going to retreats in March, April and May and I can only hope to be half as successful as you were. :)