Well, I feel like I’ve fizzled out on this so far.
I did locate my January project, it does indeed have a backing ready, and I located the binding for it. But . . . that’s as far as I got.
It needs to be quilted, but with the backlog of customer quilts I still have, I simply can’t justify loading a quilt of my own on the longarm unless it has a very important deadline. So . . . it will wait . . . and remain on my list.
And it’s time to draw a new number for this month — the number 6.
Number 6 on my list is “Women of Design”, a Kansas City Star Block-of-the-Month quilt. Their Block-of-the-Month quilt from 2004, to be exact.
I have seven of the blocks made, and everything is all organized neatly in this tub, so it’s my hope that I can make some good progress on this quilt this month.
I’ll shoot for a finished top, but even if I just get some more of the blocks made, I’ll be happy!
How about you?
How did you do last month with the project you chose?
Are you ready to choose another one?
I’d love to see!
I know some of you did well. Sue sent me a picture of hers that she finished. Isn’t this cute? I love those animal panels.
Oh, to be close enough to done to be putting the binding on something — Haha!
I’ll pick another project on March 2nd, so my challenge is to see how much I can get done on this one before then.
I’m challenging you to pick a project off your list and work on it with me this month, to see how far along we can get with another UFO. Here’s how it works: Procrastination Challenge.
Good luck to us all!