Everybody's doin' it
OK, I give! I see these plans to bust scraps and wrap up UFOs all over the blogosphere and I feel a twinge of guilt. Not because I don't have any of these issues, but because I tend to turn a blind eye to the obvious.
Knowing (or at least hoping) that I will need to pack up my sewing room in the very near future, I'm doing my best to do some cleaning. sorting, and organizing while the snow keeps me captive on this hill. It's time to make a plan for 2018.
- Sunrise on Radnor Lake (a/k/a On Ringo Lake) - Piece 6 blocks, sash, and border
- Long Time Gone - Finish blocks, assemble
- Gypsy Wife - Finish blocks, assemble
- Celtic Solstice - Trim inner border, add pieced border, maybe final border
- En Provence - Add corners, maybe final border
- Grand Illusion - Sash blocks, border
- Eventide - Make more small stars, assemble
- Star Fall - Assemble, add bright filler strips
- Sunflower Braid - Assemble
- Tropicana - Assemble leftover blocks
- Top Notch Diamonds - Finish blocks, assemble
- Christmas Runners - Hmm ...
You can see that most of these projects are at, or close to, the final stage of construction so this list should be manageable. Of all these projects, Sunflower Braid is by far the oldest; it dates back to my "Yellow Phase."
Every quilter has to have a few new things to look forward to, don't you think? So this is what I am anticipating:
- Goose is Loose - Rainbow Scrap Challenge strippy quilt
- Zig-Zag CCDs - Another RSC project using my chunky churn dash blocks
- Sage Project - Intrigued by this color on the RSC list, I pulled a collection of fabrics
- Mystery Quilt - A quickie mystery I'm planning for March if I can learn to set up a linky
- Wedding quilt - GS-2 is getting married in August! I'm hoping they will chose an existing quilt but I want it to be something they will use so I may have to start something new.
So that's it - my public declaration. I'm counting on youall to hold me accountable.