Saturday, April 8, 2017

My Q2 FAL List of projects to be finished


Well, I wish I had finished more from my Q1 list, so I am rolling a lot of it over. Here is the Q2 list:

Improv top

1. Bee Sewcial year 1 quilt: Back, quilting, binding.

Improv stripes

2. Improv stripes: finish top, back, quilting, binding.

playing with improv circles

3. Improv circles - More blocks, back, quilting, binding.


4. Bee Sewcial year 2 blocks - There are more blocks than in this photo. This is a long shot as it takes me a while to get the composition of these bee quilts the way I want them but I would love to have it done.


5. Tula Pink Tabby Road Quilt - Back, quilting, binding.


6. Rainbow strips: Originally this was going to be the back for the first quilt on this list, but it is too nice, so now it needs a back, quilting, binding.

There are a lot more projects in my sewing room, but I will stop the list here, which I am rushing to add as there is only about an hour left.

Best,


Leanne

12 comments:

  1. What a terrific list. Sounds like alot of quilting for you, but what awesome finishes these will be. I'm curious how you'd quilt the back-to-become-a-quilt...

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  2. All of these are intriguing projects, and I will enjoy watching your journey towards completion!

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  3. That's some projects :) Sending you lots of motivation and wishes for a lot of sewing time. Have fun and enjoy!

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  4. Great list! I'm so inspired by what you guys do with the bee blocks and quilts. Good luck with all of it.

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  5. So many pretty quilts in the works here! I'm sure you can finish a few of them.

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  6. Super projects for your quarter 2 list Leanne. I love those two improv bee quilts. Can't wait to see how you finish them.

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  7. Love how each is so bright and beaitifyl. They will be amazing finishes.

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  8. What a great list Leanne. I'm so glad I am not the only one to piece a back and then decide that it's a quilt in its own right!

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  9. Of course 1 and 6 could become a reversible double sided quilt!? Just saying.. Love your projects Leanne and good luck in getting them finished

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