Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Q2 FAL Goals

Finish Along 2014

Time to make a new list for the Finish Along 2014. I did a decent job with my Q1 list, but the sewing/quilting pile suffered b/c of my sewing machine woes.

WIPs and UFOs

  1. Yay
    Kaleidoscope: I didn't get to this one in Q1. I'd really like to finish it this time.
  2. Wonky Bee Round 3
    wonky bee solids quilt: I got all the blocks back for my quilt ages ago. I was holding out because I really needed a design wall in order to figure out the layout. well, now i have one. so no more excuses.
  3. Just red and blue left #scraprepublic #quilting
    scrap volume: i still only have red and blue left to piece. This one really nicely put a dent in my smallest scraps. I'd like to finish it and make a wallhanging for my bedroom.
  4. Day 8: Challenging
    Spicy's 2nd quarter socks: I have one finished furlough sock that i knit about 2 years ago. i just need to finish the second. yes, sadly enough i get tired of knitting my own patterns sometimes. i don't have a pic of the socks in progress, but you can see what they look like from the first pair i knit.
  5. Postage stamp #quilting
    Leaders/enders quilt: i have about half of my scrappy 16-patches finished. i should really devote some time to it and get it done.
  6. Yay sewing machine, back in action #xandplus #scrappyblockswap
    X & + swap blocks: i really need to get these done by May.

New projects

  1. 3.8 oz superwash merino/cashmere
    Spin a pound of fiber: These are the superwash merino/cashmere batts that I've been working on. I'd like to spin at least a pound of fiber this quarter. That's only about 4 skeins or so--should be doable.
  2. do. good stitches blocks
    do. good stitches bee quilt: May is my turn to be the quilter. I've already planned out what I'd like to do, but it'll stay secret for now. The picture shows the April DGS blocks I just finished.

I have a few other projects that I need to finish this quarter but they have to stay off the list.

3 comments:

  1. Wow you have great projects here. Love that kaleidoscope up the top!

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  2. Lots of great projects there! My favorites are definitely the kaleidoscope and scrap volume quilts. For the scrap volume, did you just randomly piece and trim your scraps? I'd really like to do something similar with my scraps but improv piecing just doesn't come very naturally to me.

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  3. Lots of great projects here. Love your fabric choices!

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