2017 Quarter 2 Finish-A-Long Goals

I will be rolling over one of the projects from my Quarter 1 goals. I finished assembling my Quatrefoil Bee Block Quilt and had it quilted by the amazing Amy Ellis of Amy’s Creative Side, but I still need to trim it and bind it (no pic yet of quilting).

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I have three new projects to list in this quarter’s Finish-A-Long. First is the Quasi-Random HST lap quilt for my great niece. It is at ThreadBear waiting to be quilted.

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The next one is the Blue Ombre HST lap quilt for my great-nephew, Jimmy. Both Rachel and Jimmy who are twins will be graduating from high school and celebrating their 18th birthday in June, and I will be hand-delivering their quilts to them when I fly to Michigan for a long weekend to be there for the celebration. For Jimmy’s quilt, I will be using the Ombre HST pattern by Sarah Goer. I have all the squares cut and plan to start sewing half-square triangles this weekend.

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The last project I hope to complete by the end of June are two Rainbow Hexies pillows for my office that use hexies from an Instagram rainbow hexie swap. Below are the 120 hexies that I made and recently shipped off for this swap:

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Linking up to 2017 Qtr Finish-A-Long Goals.

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4 Responses to 2017 Quarter 2 Finish-A-Long Goals

  1. Jacqueline Rubio says:

    Wow, that quatrefoil is stunning! Looking forward to a picture of the quilting. All great work.

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