Thursday, November 1, 2018

November Goal

I seem to have been on a piecing binge lately, and there are a lot of choices to be my November completion goal.
There are three options on the design wall. Town Square with the blue house border, Twilight with the tiny stars, and my French General version of Sanjou.
(Sorry about the sun spots in the photo, but it it so nice to not have clouds for a change that I had to open the blinds wide.) 
It would be quite a feat if I could get Mrs. Billings quilted this month, but..... 

......I am most taken with my 4 x 5 Anthology quilt. I got the final borders on it yesterday and dug through my stash to figure out a back for it last night. I'm making it my November One Monthly Goal to get this one quilted and bound!
Linking with One Monthly Goal HERE
 
OMG November Link-Up is OPEN!

17 comments:

  1. Good luck in reaching your goal. All your quilts are so pretty, I'd have trouble too choosing a priority.

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  2. Hard to pick just one--but I would start with Sanjou since it's the smallest one and appears the furthest along...I really love all three good luck choosing...
    Hugs, Julierose

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  3. I love that first picture. It makes me feel like my friend has invited me into her sewing room. I didn't realize the cheddar quilt was so small. It's just so cute making everything around it look even better.

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  4. Ooh. I can see why you're taken with the Anthology quilt. I love the staggered blocks and the background fabric is great with it!

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  5. I love all your projects. I'm really loving your Anthology quilt. Hugs

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  6. You're usually pretty successful completing your OMG so I'm sure Anthology will be ready for use at the end of the month.

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  7. You have so many beautiful options. Any one of them would be a delightful finish!
    I wish you well on your anthology quilt. Are you doing an allover design, or custom quilting it?

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  8. Beautiful options! Good luck with your anthology goal!

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  9. You really have been busy. You have some beautiful quilts to choose from. Mrs. Billings especially is mind boggling!

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  10. Wowza - beautiful quilt. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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  11. Nice work girl! They all look like such small piecing....pretty!

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  12. Beautiful projects, enjoy finishing your 4 x 5 Anthology quilt!

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  13. So many lovely projects to choose from!! Good luck - and have fun - with this month's goal. Both Anthology and Mrs Billings are amazing quilts!

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  14. I am still taken with Town Square. You know I like it in the blues.

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  15. Dropped by to have a look at these wonderful quilts, Karen. All amazing..what a fabulous quilter you are! Sorry if I'm repeating myself, lol.

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