One of the things I finally got to was updating my UFO list. To be honest I haven't gone through the whole list. Somehow I have 56 projects on my list. (I have already moved 3 projects to completed tops and one to completed quilt.) I've been going through them to see if I really want to complete the projects or whether I want to get rid of them.
Here's my next project. I've had these 16 striped blocks for years. This will be my next UFO project. I didn't like them lined up next to each other. So I decided they would work better with sashing. Here are the ones I tried. Which do you prefer? Green, yellow or blue? I'll be working on this project during the week so please let me know which you like better. And, why. I think the pink on top will be a border. Or would it work to sash them in groups of four and use all of these colors, including the pink? Hum?
1) Sewing all the churwndash blocks into a top. √ Done
2) Loading and quilting my granny square blocks on Ruthie.√ I'm working on the binding.
3) Starting a new quilt. √ I'll have the top done by next week.
4) Updating my spread sheet on UFOs. UFO list is started but I still need to work on the batting pieces.
This weeks goals:
1) Finish the new top.
2) Quilt star table runner.
3) Put together stripe blocks into a top.
4) Update the batting spread sheet.
I'm linking up with Oh Scrap!, Monday Making, Main Crush Monday, and Design Wall Monday. I'm also going to spend some time surfing the web to see what people have been making this last week. How about you?
Our yard is looking amazing these days. Here is one of our azaleas blooming in two colors. The birds have been hitting the bird feeders like crazy which is fun to watch. Pretty soon I'll put out the hummingbird feeder. Finally this week we'll be getting some warmer days. Or maybe hot days. We had freeze warnings last night and by next Sunday the temps are predicted to be in the 80s. Quite a change!
Happy Quilting All! Bonnie