Wow--can you believe we are in the final three months of the year?
I don't have high hopes of getting much done before the new year with the holidays coming up and my impending cataract surgery on November 1st and 15th. I haven't made a lot of progress since getting home from quilt camp, but I've managed to do some fall clean up outside.
These are the projects I would like to have completely completed by the end of December--wish me luck--LOL!
Yes, this has been on my list all year--why can't I get these Stitching Society hexagons put together?? Maybe it will happen soon...
|All the instructions for the Temecula Circa 2016 have been posted and will be removed soon. I have kept up with all the blocks and the half square triangles are done, so this should be a doable finish.|
|The final block for Blackbird Gatherings has been posted on Facebook, and I'm itching to get this all together--shouldn't be too difficult. It was fun to use up some of my homespun scraps for the log cabins--I don't use them often enough.|
|I just finished the September block with the bee skep, and the bird with the heart is the final block.|
|I know everyone doing Buttermilk Basin's Let It Snow is waiting on pins and needles to see what will go in that empty space--and then we will be done!|
|Walking on Broken Glass by Teacher's Pet is the one and only jelly roll quilt I've ever made. I've been taking this project to retreats for years and finally just finished it. I was lucky to find a red at Gruber's for the inner border, and I found a brown Paula Barnes print in my stash (yay!) that I like for the outer border. I was tempted to go with a green border, but I think the brown will keep it from looking like a Christmas quilt and more usable year round, since it will probably be a donation quilt.|
|Lastly, since this scrappy Patchwork Olympics is my October UFO, I better get this one completed, for sure!|
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