This year Katy @ The Littlest Thistle has passed the baton for Finish-A-Long 2015 to Adrienne @ On The Windy Side. This will be my third year taking part and setting goals to finish projects quarter by quarter.
So the projects I hope to focus over the next 3 months are
Finish Night Sky QAL - yes I have a quilt top. This was one of the things I kept going on, a little bit at a time, over Christmas. Hoping to have this quilted and finished to link up with Jana Machado for the 25th of this month. This will be my January goal for A Lovely Year of Finishes too hosted by Sew Bitter Sweet designs.
Pennydog Patchwork. I may have over stuffed it a bit! I hope to matchstick quilt this with varieagated thread to keep all the little bits in place under the netting. Need to have this in the post by the 16th!
I have a pattern for Make Modern Issue 4 that's due at the end of the month too so January is pretty much accounted for - Really need to get cracking! Can't wait to show you guys in March!
Hopefully for the rest of February and March I might be able to get some me sewing done! I think I have enough Camera fabric now thanks to Serena and Claire's generosity and Yvonne's help tracking down retro cameras on Etsy to make a photo quilt all for myself. Truly selfish sewing this one! Big thanks to you guys for gifting me fabric and helping me out. I know we often say quilters are givers but only because it's true!
I also need to thank Wanda @ Old South Fabrics. I'm making this giant star quilt for our bed and decided I had to use Wrens and Friends fabric for it.
I had bought some in a bundle from Fluffy Sheep Quilting and it was the perfect colour for what I wanted but of course I didn't have enough. Before Christmas I scoured the internet and found some on Old South Fabrics and have to say buying from them was a pleasure. Wanda was very friendly and helpful with shipping and even included a Christmas extra for me in the parcel. Thank you so much Wanda, I will be back for more!
And lastly but not leastly, I want to get somewhere with my Japanese inspired quilts. I hope to free motion quilt the applique one and hand stitch the second with lots of Sashiko designs.
That's plenty to be getting on with I think! What about you, have you made your list yet?