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.
jared's space quilt
vintage embroidery with gingham
BOM christmas from always in stitches
quiltville mystery quilts
On ringo lake
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:
Jo's Country Junction UFO
Silly Mama WIP
Good luck with your monthly goals!ReplyDelete
sorry about your furnace...I hear you about cold weather...
love your monthly goals!!
thanks for linking up!
That turtle quilt is so cute. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.ReplyDelete
The turtle quilt is super cute, and the butterflies are super pretty. :)ReplyDelete
The turtle is indeed a cute pattern. Wow you sure are taking on a lot. Good luck on all.ReplyDelete
You are going to be busy!!!ReplyDelete
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!ReplyDelete
Multitasking is smart and a fun way to participate in many things. Good luck with your goals. Thanks for being part of the linky party on behalf of the 2018 FAL hostsReplyDelete