I have four projects that I hope to complete in the first quarter of 2019.
The first one is a gender-neutral Mercyful Quilt made from Carolyn Friedlander fabrics that will be donated to a hospice patient at Mercy Hospital in Sacramento, CA, and will eventually be given to that patient’s family. I have made 15 of the 25 blocks needed for this quilt top and am still deciding if I going use Kona Medium Grey sashing or not. Sashing will give the eye a place to rest, but part of me likes the lively energy that is created when the blocks are right next to each other. All opinions are welcome! Below is a pic of six of the blocks:
The oldest UFO on this list is my Random Intention quilt top. My friend, Roseanne, at Home Sewn By Us has graciously agreed to machine quilt it for me. I’m still thinking I might want to try scrappy binding with this quilt.
The third quilt I hope to get finished is my Rainbow Autumn Chain quilt top that I will be sending out for quilting in the next month or so.
The final project is the most “iffy” of the four. A few months ago I purchased a Memorium quilt kit from Hawthorne Supply Co with the intention of making the Memorium quilt to commemorate my friend, Kristen, getting her master’s in social work this May. I’m sure I will have it completed by graduation day but maybe not this quarter. Below is a pic of the front of the pattern with the beautiful fabrics in the kit. I especially love the fabric on the far right that I will use for binding.
Linking up to 2019 Qtr 1 Finish-A-Long Goals.