How to begin with catching up? I'll start with my most recent project and work backwards...
Lorna at Sew Fresh Quilts has the most fun QAL going on. I'm a little late to the party, but better late than never! I have all of my big elephants complete and 4 of the 14 babies are done. The blocks are going together quickly. Hopefully I can work on this until it is complete without getting distracted...
Unlike my Cartwheel Quilt. =( It's so close to being a complete top, yet I don't take the time to finish it... Since the last time I posted about it, I've finished all of the blocks and assembled them with a filmstrip sashing, because it needed a bit more oomph. To finish it up, it just needs the outer film strip border and another lime green border.
I jumped aboard the Wild and Goosey bandwagon that is really popular on Quiltville's Open Studio facebook page. I completed 4 parts and I'm not quite sure what approach to take with them. I don't know if I have enough scraps to qualify as lights? I might do a more controlled colorway with grey or a solid as the background?
The last update for today is kind of thrilling for me: I made a Sew Together Bag!! It took a lot of brain cells, but it turned out beautifully. I didn't take the time to photograph the inside after it was finished. =( I used Jeni Baker's Vintage Retro fabrics and gifted it to Krissy's niece, Ashley.
I'll see if I can be a better blogger and write another post before a year passes! =O