|1. Quilt this flannel top|
This quarter, I'd like to continue with the success that I had last quarter with finishing projects. Last quarter, I finished or made progress on ll of the thirteen goals that I had listed for myself. I have found success with interspersing large projects with smaller projects. I have found success with making a monthly goal list from the quarter list. I have found making a monthly goal helpful too! With all these factors in mind, I've listed my goals for the second quarter below.
1. Quilt the third flannel quilt that I stitched from Martha's flannel scraps. Last quarter, I quilted two of the four flannel projects that I pieced from her "adult" scraps. I layered and basted it at the end of March.
|2. Complete this project|
|3. Legging fabric|
swimsuit, I ought to be able to sew leggings. I do plan to make some leggings for the granddaughters.
4. Make even more Frolic blocks. After stitching an additional 19 blocks and spending last month contemplating a variety of border options to grow the top a sixteen inches longer, I was unable to select a border that didn't feel that I had placed it there to make the quilt bigger. I've decided to rip the quilt in half and add even more blocks. I've also decided that rather than try to make it rectangular, I'll keep it square and it can live on the king bed that resides in this house. This was a painful decision as neither ripping perfectly good seams or stitching more blocks that contain 64 pieces is motivating. My plan to make the project into a bed quilt hasn't changed.
5. Finish glue basting the butterfly.
|4. More Frolic blocks and 5. Butterfly glue basting|
13.--15. These are handwork projects. Number 13 is the cross stitch duck kit that I didn't get to last quarter. Number 14 is the log cabin block embellished with hand stitching that I started in a Saturday workshop last January. Number 15 is a wool pincushion that I started at a retreat last month.
|6. -12. A selection of the some of the small projects listed|
17. Finish making string blocks from the Saturday workshop class I taught last January and piece together a top.
18.--19. Keep up with the Rainbow Scrap Challenge (RSC) and the Temperature Quilt.
20. Actually, complete three lessons on the embroidery software.
|13.-15. Handwork projects|
22. Start stitching my illusions challenge quilt.
It is a big list. Let's see what I can accomplish in the next 90 days!
On another note, I'm doing a test to see if I can follow directions to claim my blog using bloglovin.