|Basket Quilt by Quilts by Jen|
Jen's (Quilts by Jen) blog message, UFO Round up for March, was quite inspiring as she took time to map out a timeline to finish her UFOs. She learned that it would take her 26 weeks to make that happen if she completed at least 2 a week. There is something to be said about planning/strategizing/goal setting in order to have success. Jen's completions are fantastic! Though the basket is not her own design she does design many of her own, truly an artist at heart.
But as we all know life events causes us to prioritize the life event over our quilting projects. So has been the case for me. Accounting and managing in team with the State Director of a NC organization of a governmental block grant has been extremely time consuming for both of us and pretty much keeps us joined at the hip! Working a minimum of 12 hours a day 6-7 days a week has made havoc of my completing quilts on my list. I am thankful that I have learned some goal setting skills so I can work this grant as well as take care of my other client's accounting and administrative needs. In the next 10 days I have 4 major project deadlines. I am looking forward to getting them done and finish some quilts!! Thanks for hanging in with me! I miss all my online quilting friends!
So back to you . . .
|Strippy and Framed - Quilting is more fun than Housework|
Cynthia I am jealous (mine sits in my basket waiting to be completed) you have completed your Star Light Star Bright quilt and it is absolutely beautiful! The quilting design is the icing on the cake! If you already didn't know Cynthia (Quilting is more fun than Housework) is heading up a scrappy challenge called Scrap-A-Palooza. Each session is about how to best use up your scraps and stash to make some eye candy quilts. Take a look at her this strippy block with white frames. So easy but quite dynamic in appeal!
|St. Louis 16 Block by A Dad who dyes fabric and quilts|
Paul (A Dad who dyes fabrics and quilts) is banging out his charity quilts - more strippy ones and one of my favorites the St. Louis Sixteen Block. He blogs about having used some not great looking fabric that ends up looking great when made up into the block. He is right! It is incredible how a quilt can come out great using a what may appear as a dud fabric on its own but comes to life when matched with another fabric. There are going to be some happy recipients!!
|Summer Bliss in Purple by From My Carolina Home|
Carole (From my Carolina Home) is looking forward to summer as she just finished her Summer Bliss in Purple! It is a tessellating design that is sure to please the eye! She fell in love with the quilt design when seeing it on the front cover of a quilting magazine! I can see why! I would love to have this lovely quilt adorning one of my beds and in the same glorious purple colored fabric.
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