Monday, December 2, 2019

December Goals

Remember these pincushion projects?
I had been stitching them back in June and July.
Well, I decided I just did not want to make so many pincushions, soooooo....
I put three of them together in a little wall hanging.
I made good use of my scrappy bins of strips and squares -- there's a little making-do going on too. 
I also just finished English Paper Piecing this little quilt from Primitive Gatherings. It's supposed to have a little wool snowman in one corner, but I am kind of liking it the way it is without the applique.

It's my One Monthly Goal for the month of December to get both of these little projects quilted and bound.
Linking with One Monthly Goal HERE

December OMG link-up is open!

14 comments:

  1. I love how your "pincushions" morphed into a wall hanging--it looks lovely...and that border print is gorgeous...lovely work hugs, Julierose

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  2. What a sweet little quilt. It's a great solution. Maybe you could just turn the ends under on that little snowman and pin him on for the winter season and then take him off so you could have a year round wall hanging. The colors are so relaxing.

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  3. I love your mini quilt. It's a great save for those rejected pincushions. The applique wool gives it a very charming country flair. Gorgeous! ;^)

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  4. Great idea to put the pincushions in a quilt! It looks awesome! Love the blue quilt too...

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  5. what a great idea. They work wonderfully in your wallhanging

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  6. Your "making do" turned out lovely. When something unexpected goes together so well, it just makes you smile. The EPP mini is wonderful too. You'll get your December goals done easily.

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  7. How enterprising of you to turn your pincushions into a wall hanging. A great idea! good luck getting both projects quilted this month.

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  8. Great idea for the pincushions! Very nice and love the EPP from Primitive Gathering - both are very pretty!

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  9. Love what you did with those little pincushion blocks. Look forward to seeing your finishes.

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  10. Great way to use your pin cushion projects. Good luck with the quilting.

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  11. Beautiful finishes Karen! Love both of these projects and love that you made good use of resources you already had! Enjoy the rest of your week! Christine xx

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  12. Great idea for the extra pincushions. You did an awesome job on mitering the corners! At first, I thought it was a real frame - not fabric.

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  13. Nice work changing the pincushions to a little quilt. Really fun the way you put it together--and lovely mitered corners, too!
    Snowman or not, it is a sweet little quilt from Primitive Gatherings.

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  14. Lovely quilts! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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