Can you believe it’s already time for our first block report? Tomorrow is February! I still needed a little more January . . . especially since our January didn’t have really bad weather this winter.
The reports are starting to trickle in already, and some of you are off to a great start!
I had a pretty good month my ownself, and made 55 blocks.
Nine of them were for my Sampler Shuffle quilt. I think I still have nine more to make; as usual, I fell behind. Here’s a really bad photo of them all together:
One block was a 9-patch I turned in for a guild project without remembering to take a picture. And I made twelve blocks for my Triangle Salad quilt. You can see those blocks HERE.
And I made 33 blocks for the Whistle Stop quilt I told you about in THIS post. That’s almost half the blocks I need, so I’m hoping to keep going on this one and get it done and off my UFO list soon!
Shockingly, even with all that, I still don’t have a finish for this year yet. But I hope to have several in February to make up for that.
How did YOU do? Did you get off to a good start?
It’s time to report in. I’m excited to see the numbers grow this year. We have 83 participants signed up so far! Woohoo! Leave a comment on this post, link to your own blog post, email me, or use the Contact Us page to let me know your numbers. And if you’re just now finding us, it’s not too late to join in — just let me know!
The goal for February is 30 blocks, which will give us a year-to-date total to shoot for of 50 blocks by the end of February.
The Project page is HERE, and I’ll try to keep it updated regularly. If you don’t see yourself on the list, or if I get your total wrong, or if you have a blog for me to link to and I didn’t get the link posted, please let me know. It’s hard to keep track of so many folks, so I’m depending on you to help me keep the page updated correctly.
Keep on stitching! We have the rest of the year ahead of us to get a lot done!