I did finally get the top for this little Bow Tie quilt assembled. It is made entirely from repurposed shirts.
Part of my holiday was spent watching over the grandbunny. My grandkids got a dwarf lop-earred bunny for Christmas, so I got to take care of it while they visited their other grandparents for 5 days. Isn't she cute?
Let's see, have I done anything else?
Oh, yes--these 4-patch blocks were made from my "leftover parts" bowl early last year and I finally decided on a setting square color and got them cut. Haven't stitched anything together yet. I want to bind it in red or purple for some pizzazz.
These blocks seemed huge after making the bow ties. They will finish at 2".
I guess I could also share my very slow progress on my "Stars in the Garden" I'm using 1/2" hexies, so it is larger (yes, larger) than the original. And I finally settled on a background fabric from Primitive Gatherings and got it ordered just before Christmas.
This sees very little action because I don't love doing hexies, but I love this quilt, so I talk myself into working on it now and then.
Many bloggers are posting their resolutions for the year ahead, and planning out which BOM programs, mystery quilts, linky parties, and SALs they will do. So I will follow suit (though I usually don't do resolutions).
Quilting Goals for 2015
1. Work on the UFOs I neglected last year.
2. Avoid signing up for BOM programs and try to resist SALs (except a couple of doll quilts, maybe).
3. Don't do mystery quilts.
4. Hmmmm, I guess if I don't do any of the items in #2 & #3, I won't be doing linky parties, either.
5. Keep plenty of dark chocolate in the sewing room. Even if I fail at the others, I think I can manage this one!
Until next time, when hopefully I will have more to share,