I’m off to a retreat again! I am so blessed to be able to attend retreats! They are a lot of fun! And I get lots done. Usually, as long as I sit and sew! Ummm …. ya right … hmmm : there’s the visiting, the eating, the games and all sorts of other distractions!
As usual, I’m taking way more than I can possibly get done! Here’s what I’ve packed and am dreaming of completing. All, except for one are UFOs.
- On Ringo Lake – quilt & bind it
- Charming bag – get it completed
- Retreat bag (new project, but like the one I left for my sister) starting from the beginning
- Fractured Paint Box – get blocks completed and top assembled.
Another finish!!! WooHoo!!!
This was a quilt that was languishing on top of my filing cabinet. I was not wanting to deal with it because I had to piece the back. (See HERE.) Well, it got quilted this week. I had to make an adjustment to one of the corner blocks … the flying geese are suppose to be pointing into the quilt, not at this angle. I realized it when I was quilting these 4 corner blocks. Thankfully, it was an easy fix as I hadn’t quilted the border yet. It was fun to do the quilting in the negative space.
This is a pattern by Carol Doak … it was a mystery quilt in 2012/13 … but I didn’t do it as a mystery. A friend had shown me how to paper piece without sewing on the paper and I figured this was a good quilt to try it out on. I started this quilt in 2014. I’m not a huge fan of purple, but I do like this quilt!
My husband helped me sandwich 5 quilts over the last couple of days. I spray baste and since I’m using Hobbs 80/20, I have some pins in each one. (I find that with the big quilts – the batting shifts way more than when I use warm and natural – but I like how the Hobbs drapes).
From Top to bottom they are:
- Guild Mystery Quilt – Queen
- Scrappy Bargello
- Labyrinth #2
- “Like Gina’s Comma” (don’t have a better title yet)
- On Ringo Lake
I’m thinking that if they are sandwiched and the labels made – they may get quilted. Ha! Ha! Ha!
PHD in 2018 Update
No shopping = no fabric added!!! And 2 finishes this week : the Charm Star and the Carol Doak purple quilt.
Fabric Used this Week: 15.5 yards
Fabric Used year to Date: 39.25 yards
Fabric Added this Week: 0 yards
Fabric Added Year to Date: 8.5 yards
Net Fabric used for 2017: 30.7 yards
To see what other’s in the quilting world are working on – click on the following links:
- Sunday Stash @ quiltpaintcreate
- Oh Scrap @ Quilting is More Fun than Housework
- Peaceful Sunday @ Janda Bend Quilts (Click on the blue frog to see other links).
- Mali Sparkles @ Sunday Stash
- Monday Making @ Love, Laugh, Quilt
- Design Wall Monday @ Small Quilts and Doll Quilts
- Moving it Forward Monday @ Em’s Scrapbag
- Main Crush Monday @ Cooking up Quilts
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Looks like you are staying on target! Way to go.
Thanks, Chris! Happy Quilting! 🙂
I know you’ll have fun at your retreat! Congratulations on making amazing progress on your UFOs! Yea!
Thanks, Patricia! Happy Quilting! 🙂
Great progress! Have fun at your retreat. I am sure you will get lots more accomplished. Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!
You’re welcome, Cynthia! I love your blog!!! 🙂 Besides – quilting is WAY more fun than housework!!! 🙂
Thanks, Chela! I’m sure I will! 🙂
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You’re doing great on both fabric usage and UFO finishing. Have fun at retreat.
Have fun at the retreat! You’ll have plenty of choices with you should you get bored. That’s always nice! You are really cranking away at those UFOs. Yay you! ~smile~ Roseanne
Thanks, Roseanne! I’ve still got a lot of UFOs to get done! Happy Quilting! 🙂
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