clockwise from top:
1. Flying geese quilt for the Bee Purposeful group
2. Twin Beach House quilts for Great Aunt Carol
3. Charm Pack Cherry #2
4. Economy Blocks need assembling and quilting
1. Charm Pack Cherry #1
2. Churndash blocks for the Heal @ do.good stitches group needs assembling and quilting
4. Fractured 9-patch #2 needs assembling and quilting
That should keep me out of trouble for a while : )
linking up with Katy at The Littlest Thistle
I'd say that will definitely keep you busy.
So many lovely quilts! I'm jealous of your socks. My knitting skills are lousy, so even part of a sock looks good to me.
Have a great weekend!
I don't think you get into to much trouble anyways. LOL. Looking forward to seeing all these finished.
Always fun to see what you are up too!
So many lovely WIPs!
Your work and your photos are so beautiful. Very inspiring
Love looking at all your quilts!
You have the most beautiful To Do list.
Have a wonderful weekend!
I'm new at this quilting thing, so I only have 2 quilt tops done. Unfortunately I'm still hesitant to sandwich and quilt.
All so beautiful! You will get them done, I have faith!
You sure have some lovely parts, pieces and tops there! Can't decide if the Flying Geese or Fractured Nine-Patch is my favorite. Are you quilting all of them?! If so, you'll be one busy quilter!
All lovely projects as usual Carla, but I especially love the Flying Geese! The colours glow! Good luck with getting them all finished...
Organizing your sewing room DEFINITELY counts as spring cleaning! You've got a great list of projects!
Love your quilts! The two for Aunt Carol are lovely.
You being you, Carla; me thinks that you will have these gorgeous quilt tops finished in next to no time. And....yes organising one's sewing room certainly does qualify as spring cleaning!!
I think that should keep you out of trouble for the whole quarter!! So many fun WIPs...the fractured 9patch is fun, don't think I have seen one before.
Wonderful projects to work on!
Love those flying geese!
With a quick flick of the wrist and a wave of the magic wand these quilts will be done, dusted and out of the door in a flash. And the magic word is.......... Philippa xx
So many beautiful quilt tops!
I wouldn't know where to begin! So many beautiful projects!
Good for you at finishing these tops, I am doing the same thing with all the unfinished tops that I found while cleaning out the sewing room - all are donation quilts 7 down, many to go!!!
I think I spend a hour or two every week trying to organize my sewing room.
Great post! I like organizing. Just being in my room picks me up. Trying to get used to being apart from the sweet ones. What a great visit we had!
Oh my word, these are all beautiful! And yes, organizing your craft space does officially count as Spring Cleaning :-)
All very beautiful, x
Lots of lovely projects to keep you quite busy.
those are gorgeous! i wonder if you ever sleep. I have searched your blog and i can;t seem to find modern quilt block #1. where is it posted? i enjoy seeing your colour choices. thanks .
Good luck with your list! You've got a beautiful collection of projects :)
So many lovely projects! I'm particularly looking forward to the flying geese and the economy blocks quilts. These socks are great colour, too, and I admire your knitting on multiple needles.
I've kind of run into the same logjam over here, now that I've started to quilt a few more of my own quilts. Before it was finish the top and send it over to the quilter, but now, I'm my own stalled patch in the production process!
I love seeing all your projects--excellent work, as usual!
I am in denial. I refuse to list my unfinished works in progress. Well done, you!
They all look lovely.
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