Friday, January 16, 2015

My 2015 Finish-Along Q1 Goals

2015 FAL at On the Windy Side
My main goal this quarter is to get comfortable with my new quilting frame, so all my finish-along projects relate to that goal.

1) Jelly Roll Jam (Pattern) - Quilted, ready for binding. I am counting these two as one project. These were great practice quilts. They were really quick to make and small in size (36" square). The gray thread blended into the fabric so well that it easy not to obsess over the mistakes!

You've all seen these three quilts on many of my previous finish-along lists. As you can see, they haven't really progressed much! :D I am starting to enjoy the quilting part of quilting more, so I think I can finish these this time around!

2) Charley Harper Equilateral Triangle Quilt - Quilt top finished. Need to make backing. I am going to try woodgrain quilting on this one.

3) Quilty Fun - Quilt top finished. Need to make backing. Practicing stippling.

4) FQS Designer Block of the Month 2012 - Quilt top finished. Need to make backing. Will be stippling this one and maybe something in the borders if I feel comfortable. This quilt will be going to our Aunt Mary, so I really want to do a good job on it!

I am linking up with the 2015 Finish Along hosted by Adrianne @ On the Windy Side. Good luck to everyone who linked up!

3 comments so far. What are your thoughts?

Nicole said... #

I love the colors in your triangle quilt! Good luck with reaching your goals!

Cheryl said... #

I love the colors you are using and your whole blog design with the graphics, very cool.

Gosia @ Quilts My Way said... #

Great choice of fabrics. I love the colors.

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