Thursday, January 30, 2014

January 2014 Roundup

Wow, January is over. That went so fast. I had some successes and several incomplete projects. I worked hard, though. With two littles ones, I don't get as much sewing time as I would like.

My January goals are here.

First of all, I did finish the Economy Block Quilt! Pieced, quilted, bound, DONE!

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I didn't quite finish piecing the top of the Hugs and Kisses Quilt yet, but I'm sure I will finish it tomorrow. I'm loving this!


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I did not touch the Isosceles Quilt. Ha! Ha! Procrastination!

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I finished this book bag early in the month. It's so sweet.

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My pillow plans have changed over the month. I had hoped to finish one or two heart-themed pillows this month. This has now turned into a commissioned project that is now due in march. Oh, the suspense. I drafted the pattern, and I cannot wait to share the tutorial with you in the coming months.

I did make this cutie kangaroo block for the lovely Kristy at Quiet Play. She will be selling this pattern soon. I'm going to make this block into a sweet pillow for my gingers and their playroom.

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The best part of this month was when Ginger #1 asked to watch me sew. She watched for about 5 minutes and then got bored. She seems genuinely interested in sewing. I can't wait to teach her when she is ready.

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Linking up: confessionsofafabricaddict // Fiberofallsorts // naptimecrafters // lilysquilts

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Happy Stitching,

14 comments:

  1. Very nice...all of them! I love the yellow quilt and cannot wait to see it finished! Plus, I'm a triangle quilt fan...

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  2. Wow! I don't have little ones and I don't seem to get much done. You are really doing great and I can't wait to see the isosceles quilt as I want to do one with tiny triangles.

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  3. Everything looks great! Seems like you got a lot done.

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  4. I love the economy block quilt, and you have several other pretties in progress. Great job!

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  5. Loved my visit, popping in from lily quilts link up. Your economy block quilt is so pretty.

    Peg x

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    1. Thank you for visiting! I hope you have a lovely day.

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  6. Love your yellow string quilt... I will be adding you to my FEEDLY BLOG READER .... Lilly Quilts was right to have you in her linky party.

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  7. Oh my goodness, so much to look at! I have never seen a Roo block, that is totally awesome. Love the book bag color palette as well. Stunning work, keep it up. Following you in Google+ because I don't know what bloglovin is. LOL :D

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    1. Ha! I don't get Google+ with all the circles and stuff. I haven't taken the time to figure it out though. Google+ is all good. Thank you for stopping by!

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