Wednesday, January 3, 2018

6 and 6 and one monthly goal

We are finally up in the double digits outside but our thermostat won't rise above 66 - sigh... and a flat tire sigh....
I have finished clue 6 of On ringo lake quiltville mystery quilt. I used 10- 3 1/2 inch strips cut with my accuquilt die and the essential triangle tool to make the coral triangles. I didn't have any trimming to do since each of the pieces were accurate ( for a change).





I wanted to make a list for my One monthly goal at Elm street quilts.

For the month of January, I am hoping to cut out a turtle quilt.


and add borders and quilt the butterfly quilt that I have had for a few years.



There is a new ufo challenge -6 and 6 challenge at pomegranate and chintz
January is something new which will be the turtle quilt.

6  new
turtle quilt
jared's space quilt
rsc
vintage embroidery with gingham
tokoyo subway
portage lake

6 old
BOM christmas from always in stitches
carolina crossroads
quiltville mystery quilts
snow
marie webster
On ringo lake
butterflys

I see how this can run concurrently with the other challenges I hope to do.
I want to do the scrap attack at confessions of a fabric addict. Most of my goals involve scraps so I am good to go for project ideas.




I am linking to:

WOW

midweek makers

Jo's Country Junction UFO
Bee Social
Silly Mama WIP





7 comments:

  1. wow!
    sorry about your furnace...I hear you about cold weather...
    love your monthly goals!!

    thanks for linking up!
    brooke@sillymamaquilts.com

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  2. That turtle quilt is so cute. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

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  3. The turtle quilt is super cute, and the butterflies are super pretty. :)

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  4. The turtle is indeed a cute pattern. Wow you sure are taking on a lot. Good luck on all.

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  5. You've been busy! So happy my turtle quilt is on your bucket list - it's one of my favorites! I'll be sure to watch your progress, and post about it - thanks for sharing!

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