UFO’s that were carried over from 2016.
Lil’ Twister: I started this quilt in August and it was sent out for some custom long arm quilting in the fall. It will be ready for pick-up in March. I am looking forward to finishing it and showing you the final product soon.DONE Three donation quilts.DONE Scrappy Log Cabin: This is almost as scrappy as I get. The pattern called for 80 different fabrics so I used almost everything I could find. Did it turn out? You will have to wait and see.DONE
- Nautical wall hanging: This was my first disastrous attempt at machine embroidery. Can it be rescued?
- The Pond: This is my cancer quilt. I decided to add some hand appliqued vines and leaves to the basic pattern. It was the perfect project for the months I was confined to the living room sofa, but I have lost interest in it. Maybe because it represents a dark time in my life. Maybe it’s because the colours are dark and not much fun to work with. Maybe it’s because I don’t really like how its turning out. Whatever the reason, I need a bolt of inspiration and motivation or it may stay on the WIP list forever.
- The Hexi Quilt: This is the perfect travelling project. It is nice, compact and I can just sit and sew one hexi after another. So far it has gone on trips to Saskatchewan, Alberta, Florida, a Caribbean cruise and Barbados. How many trips do I have to take before it is done?
- Finish Classwork – This list is getting shorter but there are still several classes I took with unfinished projects. Do I want to? Not sure, but I need to either finish or discard. As long as they sit on the shelf, they discourage productivity. 2 DONE!
Additional Want-To List for 2017:
- Red & white Canada 150 quilt
TransCanada Block Party quilt(maybe 2) Red & White Canada mini-quilt
- whole cloth quilt
- watermark quilt
- I spy quilt
- sacred threads quilt
- quilt with fabric from Malyasia
- quilt with fabric from Singapore
- mouse in a maize