To-Do for the week of Jan 11th-17th:
- Make flying geese for Jan 2-7 for my NM, CA, and WA temperature quilts. Perhaps make some headway on the second week of January. √Done
- Write a blog post about participating in this years Stay at Home Robin Robin (abbreviated SAHRR2022) and share about my center block on Quilting Gail’s Linky Party. √Done
- Start designing the layout of my Treasure Hunt quilt. √Done
I am paper-piecing all the flying geese and keeping track of the date, state, and colors on the paper to help keep me organized. The units below show a low of 1 (the two violet smaller triangles in NM Jan 2) to a high of 65 (the large clover green triangle in NM Jan 7). The city I am tracking in CA shows the least disparity in the low and high temperatures, and the city I am tracking in WA is the only one so far that has the same fabric for both the low and high temps (Surf Jan 5). Now that I’ve gotten myself a little more organized, I’m starting to have fun with these projects.
Here’s the post I wrote about participating in this year’s round robin: SAHRR2022–I’m In
I got my design boards out and decided on an arrangement of 100 units forming 25 blocks for my Treasure Hunt donation quilt. The photo below shows the upper left quadrant of the design.
To-Do for the week of Jan 18th-Jan 24th:
- Start sewing my Treasure Hunt the units into rows.
- Start working on the first border for SAHRR2022.
- Work on a Peloton unit and/or Temperature flying geese.
Linking up with Texas Quilt Gal: To-Do Tuesday.