This is what I am working on today. I am taking a break to go run errands and hope to come back and complete the quilting while watching General Hospital this afternoon. The plan is to then get the binding pinned tonight to be done tomorrow morning.
After that, I want to iron these and finish sewing the top for the Road to Spring Quilt Along. I learned a lesson this morning when I found that the notes on block layout that I did when I calculated the size were not to be found and I had to re-do. I need to start keeping those little notes with the quilt till its done!
This is a baby quilt that I started on Thanksgiving vacation and it got put aside while I worked on Christmas projects. The baby is now due anytime so I better get going on it. I think it is going to be a matter of which one gets done first, this or the Katie Jump above.
Next on the list is the Baby Snowballs. I got the borders on and backing cut, just need to finalize how I want to quilt it and do it!
Another in progress.... Authentic squares, sewn and ready, but I decided I didn't like the size so I have ordered two more fabric to add a couple more squares. Sashing is cut and ready, borders determined and backing is ready to go. (oooh, where did I put those notes...)
Last on the list is this pile of Meadow Sweet and Farmers Market that were to be my large Road to Spring. I have not started cutting yet, so this may be whirlygigs instead, or, it may be shelved for now because you may have noticed, none of the plans for the week include any of the Eye Candy from yesterday's post and a couple of them are calling my name... loudly!
Looking at this list I am not sure how much will get done, but, at least I prioritized them :)
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Well Diane you certainly have quite a list of quilts to do. You're teasing us with those sneek pictures of them! Looking forward to seeing what they look like all completed. No pressure now:)ReplyDelete
Hi, Diane! Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving me a comment.ReplyDelete
I have a list of projects that need to get completed over the next couple of weeks, too. I haven't posted about them, yet, but I will later on today.
Your blog looks fun. I will be back to visit!!!
Beautiful bunch of fabric I want to shop where you shop!ReplyDelete
Wow! You have a lot of great projects going on. With some GREAT fabric!ReplyDelete
Holey dooley you are going to be one busy quilter. Better not let your sewing machine see the work lined up for it. Looking forward to see your finishes (whenever that is).ReplyDelete
Oh I love the Meadow Sweet and Farmers Market fabrics--so bright and colorfu.. I actually think they might look more impressive as whirlygigs than in the Road to Spring. I'm loving seeing all your projects.ReplyDelete
My gosh! You are one busy quilting lady! But isn't quilting always that way? Could we ever get all our ideas and desires done when it comes to quilting? I think that's what makes it so creative and interesting.ReplyDelete
P.S. You're very organized!
Love the colours of the quilt under your machine.ReplyDelete
Looks like you are going to be a busy girl.
You have been a very busy girl...I love the quilt you're quilting and that stack of fabric...WOWSER!ReplyDelete
I'm really digging your Farmer's Market fabric! Well, I totally dig ANY fabric, but I'm just saying..... :)ReplyDelete
You have lots of projects going. Love the Authentic fabrics, I have some of that fabric line and plan to make a quilt one of these days.ReplyDelete
I thought I had a lot of projects at once! Do you do free motion on your machine?ReplyDelete
sewing and watching General Hospital. You are living my dream life!ReplyDelete
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Wow lots of projects on your list! Love the baby snowball quilt!ReplyDelete
I'm in love with that last pile of fabrics.ReplyDelete
I have some of the Authentic but don't know what I want to do with it yet.ReplyDelete
I love the combo of the orange, greens and yellow, they will really be pretty together.