To-Do for the week of Dec 27th-Jan 2nd:
- Finish my three temperature quilt tops!√Done
- Write my January 2023 OMG post.√Done
- Start to pull fabrics for my SAHRR2023 project.√Done
I’m so happy to report that I did finish my three temperature quilt tops on January 1st! I’m going to wait to share pics until these quilts are completely finished. Below are the last three 2.5″ x 4.5″ flying geese units I made for 2022 with my town in New Mexico on the top (High 63 Kona Glacier/Low 30 Kona Noble Purple), my stepdaughter’s California Bay Area city in the middle (High 59 Kona Cyan/Low Kona Mediterranean), and my stepson’s city in the state of Washington at the bottom (High 49 Kona Celestial/Low Kona Ocean). The quilt tops are being sent off for quilting to Rebecca at Rebecca Grace Quilting today!
I did get my January 2023 OMG post written. Read about it here.
I pulled some Alison Glass fabrics for SAHRR2023 that is being hosted by Quilting Gail. Below are fabrics that I will use for the center, Round 1 and possibly Round 2. I will also use some coordinating Kona solids.
To-Do for the week of Jan 3rd-9th:
- Start working on Ripples camping quilt for my niece, Kim.
- Start sewing my SAHRR2023 center block.
- Make binding for 2022 temperature quilts.
We have a new To-Do Tuesday host. Thank you, Carol, for taking over the hosting of this very helpful and supportive linky party. Linking up to Quilt Schmilt: To-Do Tuesday.