Thursday, January 3, 2013

Linky Party…Join the Fun

Come join the linky party and get motivated to finish projects in 2013. It’s open to any type of stitched projects and is hosted by Never too Hot to Stitch blog. You can find all the details on her blog.
I don’t have many UFO’s as my mission in 2011 was to get them done but I do have a few delayed items lingering around the sewing room that need some motivation.
Never Too Hot to Stitch! 
January To-Do List  for Funthreads
I MUST finish a queen sized quilt using the Seattle Streets Pattern that was started as a wedding gift since the wedding was back in December. Ug. I’m a bad friend! I just got distracted with other fun little things along the way while waiting for the bride to make quilting choices and while waiting for fabrics to arrive.
IMG_3354My EQ7 layout with the fabric choices

Tutorial for the Seattle Streets pattern can be found on Laurie's Random Musings blog 

Finish 4 puzzle bag quilts for my quilt guild.
Puzzle bag quilts are bags of random fabric scraps and orphan blocks that are to be made in to fun quilts for the local children’s home.
Why did they stall….hmmm….don’t know for sure. I just have sewing ADD:)
Puzzle bag #1 fabrics contains a story book panel and some pooh fabricIMG_3352
Puzzle bag # fabrics
contains a strange mix of 8 pieced blocks and 2 pieces of fabric
Puzzle bag #3 fabrics
contains 11 pieced jars and several strips of Hungry Caterpillar fabric
Puzzle bag #4 fabrics
contains 2 pieced starts and several scrap pieces of fabric

Make a quilted book to go along with this story, A Book for Black Eyed Susan by Judy Young.
Our quilt guild loans the books and matching quilts (in this case a quilted book) to the public school reading programs.

Wish me luck!!!!
I might need people stalking and watching to get this all done.Hahaha.


Lynne said...

Hey, Carol, good to have you on board. You can do it, you know you can!

Sandra said...

I really like the EQ7 quilt pattern. It reminds be of a stained glass window. Also, the puzzle quilts are a great idea. It's a great way to use up orphan blocks and bless others at the same time:)

LynCC said...

What a pretty wedding quilt! And you're not a bad friend. :) I've read several times that with such gifts, any time in the fist year of the new marriage is appropriate.

kathysnest32 said...

I am looking forward to seeing your progress at the end of the month. I am making my list of what I want to accomplish this year. There is so much it is difficult for me to start the list. LOL Kathleen

DrRobbo said...

Another ambitious list for January. GOod luck with it Carol. Look forward to hearing how you went at the end of the month.