Friday, May 2, 2014

End of April accomplishments

The last couple of months have had a lot of traveling and therefore, not as much LA quilting as I would have liked. I've been happy with how I'm keeping up with my sewing hopes.

My April Goals were:

Winter Solstice BOM - block #4 DONE 4/30

Rainbow Scrap Challenge - Two Purple bags DONE 4/30

Four sets of bags now ready for Christmas gifting

Quilt Beyond Borders - purple charity quilt top DONE but not big enough. Need to cut more charms 4/29

3 postage stamp blocks - pieced DONE - 5 made 4/15

Five of Eight completed 100 patch blocks. Total of 49 needed

Jennifer Paganelli Lattice UFO - top completed Blocks completed but not pieced

Made from Jennifer Paganelli jelly roll

Notre Dame quilt top - quilt DONE  5/1 One day late but done.
I got the idea for this quilt design from Mollie (Mary) Johnson at Making Scrap Quilts. I used smaller nine patches but the idea is the same.

Dad's memorial quilt - quilt and bind NOT DONE
Quilt Beyond Borders - 2 tops quilted  NOT DONE
Film at Five UFO top - quilted and bound  NOT DONE
Pink quilt for Paige - top completed  NOT DONE

Now to figure out my plans for May.

Sharing at Confessions of a Fabric Addict
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Snowcatcher said...

Wow, you really got a lot done for being on the road! I love the Winter Solstice block!

Cathy said...

Still haven't tried making any bags yet...there's always next month! Love all your projects.

Nell's Quilts said...

What a productive month even if you finished your post with the not done. Look at what you've completed. Congratulations!

scraphappy said...

What a great list of accomplishments. LOVE your postage stamp blocks. So darn happy!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I'd say you got a lot accomplished. Your Notre Dame quilt is spectacular! I started a postage stamp but now think it may be four patches set against red blocks. Time will tell.

Karen said...

Great accomplishments! Very pretty blocks and quilts.

katie z. said...

I still love the bags!

Sheila said...

My goodness. You have been busy. Lots of beautiful projects.