Saturday, January 13, 2018

Q1 2018 Finish-A-Long

For this first quarter of 2018, I am rolling over quite a few unfinished projects from last quarter as well as a few new projects...

1. Tula Pink - Hurray for Hexies EPP quilt: I have sewn most of the hexies in sets so now need to join them all together...
2.Rainbow ripple crochet blanket: Making for a friend who is expecting her first grandchild soon....
3. Nessie quilt: can't wait to make this cute quilt using the pattern by Elizabeth Hartman 
4. Raggy flannel quilt: using some pretty pinks and greys for a cuddly quilt.
5. Star Bright baby quilt - using the Star Bright pattern by Kate Blakesley @ Swim Bike quilt: quilt top is made so just needs quilting and binding.
6. Swiss mint quilt: Using the Swiss pattern by Thimbleblossoms along with some pretty teal/minty fabrics...
7. Virus shawl: I have already used 2 balls of Bouvardia yarn but may need at least one more to make this shawl a bit bigger....
 8. "Fabled" elephant quilt using some beautiful Art Gallery fabrics: quilt top is done so just needs binding.
9. AMH Painted Portrait blouse: I started this when I was trying to figure out how to sew the yoke lining part so I need to finish it - the fabric is a Cloud 9 poplin "Wild Strawberry" from Garden Secrets by Sarah Watson.
10.Baby flannel quilt: this is the quilt top made from the remaining blocks from the Foxy Flannel quilt so it just needs to be basted, quilted and bound.
 11. Outlander quilt - this is a panel that I need to add borders to make it into a more useable size. 
12. And another AMH Painted Portrait Blouse using some cotton lawn and voile.
13. Caravan Tote: a gift for a friend using some Melba fabrics.
Linking my Q1 list up with the FAL 2018 team here.
Kirsten.

4 comments:

  1. You have some lovely projects ready and waiting. Good luck with all of them.
    Cheers, Karen
    http://sunburntquilts.com.au/

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  2. Always a delight to see what you have on the drawing board Kirsten! Maybe the hexies can become your travelling project next week?

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  3. Ambitious! ;-) But what a nice variety so hopefully the mix will inspire you on!

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  4. What variety in your collection of projects! I also like to do lots of different things, but as a result usually roll projects over from quarter to quarter :) I hope that you have been able to make progress with some of them. On behalf of the 2018 global FAL hosts, thank you for participating in the FAL.

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