Well, we’re four days into February, and it just occurred to me to write this post. One of those years? Oh, well.
And it doesn’t look to me like Judy is continuing this link-up at Patchwork Times. Does anyone know if I’ve missed it, or if she’s quit, or if anyone took it over? I think I’ll still do it here, but it was fun to connect with everyone. The goals didn’t work very well for Judy, but they did for me!
- Make ten pillowcases to go with the two I have for donation. (Still need to get these to the Mason Jar.)
- Make HST commission quilt
- Make string commission quilt
- Scrapitude, step 4
Okay. You see the problem with this month was that I had some extra time during the snowy weather, so I started piecing strings, which became Bright Strings, which demanded a border, which demanded some fancy quilting, so it dominated my month without even being on the list. Then the #Twilters talked me into the Disappearing Pinwheels Quiltalong, with which we had/are having a ball. That’s my story. These quilts did further some of my goals for the year, though. While not a planned Slow Quilt, Bright Strings did grow into a slower project with a lot of design decisions. Both quilts used a ton of stash. And I quilted something besides feathers! So, no regrets.
On the commission quilts, I did select fabrics and settle on final designs with the customer, and I’ve made some sewing progress on one this month.
Quilt the log cabin Quilt of Honor quilt. (Did this during the QOV and Sports Bowl Sew-Ins.)
- Piece and quilt triangle commission quilt.
- Piece and quilt string commission quilt.
- Assemble Scrapitude top.;-
I’d like to work on the Disappearing Pinwheels, too, but it’s a short month, and I have hopes of getting my back into good enough shape where I can go back to Step class, so I’ll just stick with the four goals.
I hope you’re staying safe and warm in this weather, and making progress on your goals.
Please let me know if you know anything about the Getting It Done challenge.
(And I am not doing the Crumb Challenge, no matter how many other #Twilters do. Just so you know. 😉
I'm Valerie, also known as Scooquilt. I am passionate about fabric and quilting. My quilts are colorful and modern, but grounded in traditional blocks. My degrees are in Fine Arts and Education. I'm retired from teaching and trying to quilt daily. Reading, gardening, and cats are also important to me.