FALQ1 Finishes

My list for Q1 was:

  1. Finish piecing Mystery Mosaic and get the borders on. Done and In the To Be Quilted Pile.
  2. Piece the blocks and assemble the top for the pattern I am testing (Trinkets). Done and in the To Be Quilted Pile.
  3. Piece the blocks and assemble the top for the pattern I am testing (Revolution). Done and in the To Be Quilted Pile.
  4. Piece the blocks and assemble the Vortex pattern by Wilmington Prints. Blocks made and layout finalized.
  5. Quilt and Bind the Star Crossed Plaid that I pattern tested for Pretty Piney Quilts and send it to Clarke, my second great granddaughter. Finished and in the mail!
  6. Try and get two more quilts done from my To Be Quilted Pile. Managed to get them sandwiched.
  7. Keep up with the Project Quilting Challenges. I managed to get 3 Challenges done in time!

When I posted my list there was so much I didn’t know would affect my productivity. I had not yet been advised that my cataract surgery had been moved to the priority list. This meant 2 surgery dates with 6 weeks between them. Sewing was not something I could easily do from the first surgery until a week after the second when my eyesight stabilized and was focusing correctly in both eyes. Add to that a worldwide Pandemic and the necessity to make masks. There were also several squirrels and DrEAMI Projects that sidetracked me. All in all I am happy with the accomplishments I had.

How did you do with your list? 😄 Carol

Here’s a few photos of some of my projects:

Expanding Heart Table topper
I Love Squirrels wall Hanging
Project Quilting Challenge
Tree Blocks for Australia
Total masks to date 127
Another pattern test done!
Snappy bag and scissor pouch for my new toys.
Project Quilting Challenge notebook cover
Mosaic Mystery flimsy.

Thank you for reading my post. I really enjoy your visits! 😄 Carol

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Published by Carol Andrews

I have been fondling fabric and creating things with fabric and fiber for as long as I can remember. My children had homemade clothes, blankets, canning and quilts most of their lives. Now I create goodies to share! Hope you enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoy making them! When I am not creating with fiber or fabric I keep busy with Dear Heart, kids, grandkids, great grandkids.

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