Wow! 2016 is over. So soon!
I hope you accomplished everything you wanted to this year.
I had a good year, but I never seem to get as much done as I would like to, or think I will.
I’m ready to give it another good try in 2017.
So how many quilt blocks did you end up making this year?
My final total ended up at 569.
I made 2 more sections of my daughter’s Spiked Punch quilt.
I made 5 sections of a scrap quilt I’ll show you in a couple days.
I made 16 blocks for a couple of commission quilts I did for a customer.
I made 2 blocks for this little Christmas table runner.
I made these 2 blocks for the Sew Sisters Bee. One is for Michelle, and one I’m keeping for myself:
And this one is also for Michelle and our Sew Sisters Bee (I’m horrifically behind and trying to get caught up):
The top block is from my book, “A Simple Life: Quilt’s Inspired by the ’50s”, and the bottom block is from a pattern by Julie Hirt, called “Bowie”.
And that wraps up my 2016! How about you?
It’s your last chance to update your final totals for 2016. I’ll be drawing for the prizes on January 12th.
We’ll kick off the new 2017 round of The 350 Blocks Project on January 16th, so keep your eyes peeled for that post later on, so you can let me know if you’ll be playing along again!
The November prize winner is Barb Bevell. I’ll draw for the December prize winner on the 12th as well.