I'm very excited to start the year and have a great attitude about the next 365 days. With the big change of moving last July, I am just now starting to feel settled in to my new home (and sewing room!!).
Project-wise, I'm not in the middle of anything right now. It's a funny place for me to be! I normally have something going and something queued up (or started before the prior project is complete!).
I finished Maize Maze in early December and hoped to quilt it over Christmas. Due to technical difficulties with my mom's longarm, I didn't get to quilt it. =(
I finished the top for Elephant Parade on the same day as I put the final borders on Maize Maze, so add this to the list of tops waiting to quilt...
Speaking of... While at my parent's over Christmas, I pulled out two tops that are waiting to be quilted: My bed quilt and a civil war throw. I didn't have a good picture of my bed quilt (it's been hibernating for years)!! And I don't know that I have any of this throw. It was a kit that my Aunt Nancy gifted me several years ago. I put it together super quickly and I have grand plans of quilting it in beautiful all over victorian feathers. One little problem-- I'm not quite skilled enough to quilt it the way I want to. =( It looks like it will make a warm snuggly couch throw, perfect for this time of year. I'm tempted to quilt it with a panto and 'git 'er done'.
I spent a good part of yesterday in my sewing room enjoying a commitment free Saturday. I pulled out one of my UFO's, 'Cartwheels'. I've been working on this for a few years now and I'm hoping to get the top complete. I added the outer filmstrip border and just need to do one more border of lime green.
This list of quilts is just a portion of my UFO's and I'm hoping to finish more than I start this year. All People Quilt is challenging us to make progress getting things complete and I'll use their chart, but I'm not sure I'll take part in the contest.
Thanks for visiting! I'll wrap up by sharing a cute picture of Finn from yesterday. The sun was pouring in the sewing room and he was very happy to sunbathe!