Thursday, February 28, 2013

February accomplishments, March goals

I think I had a rather productive February, which surprised me a little bit.  I expected to get my top three goals done, but I managed to get quite a bit done on other things too.  Hurray!
Here were February's goals:
1. Finish Sarah's quilt. Done!

2. Finish duvet. Done - sort of.  I still need to pick some threads off of it and iron it a little bit, but it went through the washer today.  (In the picture it's drying over a wall.)  A finish post will be coming shortly.

3. Finish the top of the I-spy. Done!  And I have also been able to get about half way through quilting it.  The middle blue section is all done but I still need to do three sides of the border.

4. Interlocking hearts quilt (finish by end of April).  I am planning on giving this to the local Hospice chapter for their biannual auction.  So I need to get it to them by April 15, which is sooner than I expected.  So I tried to kick it in gear a little bit for this goal and have about a half of a heart block left.

5. make the wall hanging for office. No progress
6. pretend to work on scrap quilt. Goal blown out of the water. (Because I actually cut up some scraps for it!)

7. finish green coasters.  No progress
8. Aunt's throw.  No progress
9. Pillow for family room.  No progress
10. Quilt map quilt. Done!  I love it.

11. Another wall hanging for upstairs. No progress
12. Quilt red quilt for mother-in-law.  No progress
13. Random triangles (finish by end of April). I starting putting some together one evening.

14. Fractured quilt. No progress
15. Jeweled floors. No progress
16. Picture quilt (finish by Christmas).  No progress
17: Simply Solids Bee Block -March Done!
Puce - march  

Addition #1: Write a pattern for the Interlocking hearts.  I decided to put this back on this list.  Most of the pictures have been taken.

For March, my top three goals will be:
1. Quilt Sarah's next quilt.
2. Quilt I-spy.
3. Finish piecing Interlocking hearts and make a binding for it.

I'll also try to get some work done on these:
4. make the wall hanging for office.
5. pretend to work on scrap quilt.
6. finish green coasters.
7. Aunt's throw. 
8. Pillow for family room.
9. Another wall hanging for upstairs.
10. Quilt red quilt for mother-in-law.
11. Random triangles (finish by end of April). 
12. Fractured quilt.
13. Jeweled floors.
14. Picture quilt (finish by Christmas).
15. Write a pattern for interlocking hearts

Oh list got shorter!!

Joining up with Fresh Sewing Day and Just Three


  1. Love the interlocking hearts. They are lovely : )

  2. Wow, that's an impressive list with lots of things done and a ton to look forward to! Well done. The interlocking hearts are fabulous.

  3. Love the hearts! I gave up writing out my quilting to do list when it got over 2 dozen.


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