Saturday, March 24, 2012

My To Be Done List

A little more Cheddary Challenge progress.
Finally cut up those Lil' Twister blocks...I didn't put a border on it and may be adding that to the scraps and cutting it out because I miss it!
In May this quilt was sent to Janae and Ralph French for their soon to be born baby boy in Las Vegas.
Quilted this little baby quilt today. Just simple large X's in the corners and went around the orange rectangle and the edge. This one was made during our Staycation in Prescott so glad it is off the to do list! I made one more Pineapple Blossoms quilt block. I now have nine so I can either put this quilt top together or do a few more blocks if I want it bigger. I am not sure who this one is for..maybe one of DJ's older nieces so a little bigger might be better.

I spent some time tonight compiling the list of what I have to do as far as quilts go. I sure hope I haven't forgotten anything...this list is longer than I would like it to be. After all, I tell everyone I am a finisher! I updated the list on my blog and am astonished there are this many. Tonight while reading my blogs I really wanted to jump on the granny square bandwagon, but I think I better print this list off and start crossing them off one by one as I complete them!

3 Mourning Quilts w'Dad's Clothing
Auntie's Anvil
Christmas Tree Skirt
Broken Crockery Rainbow
Little Basket Mug Rug

Bargello Seasons
Lil’ Twister Pink and Green
Mac’s Bluework Blocks
Cheddary Challenge ie. Bonnie's Sisters Sister Bow Tie Blocks
I Spy Squares/Hexagons (cut what I have collected so far)
Jack in the Box Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2012
Nine Patch and Snowball Top
Pineapple Blossom Blocks
Randy's Smith Mountain Morning
Twist of Fate
Quilt in a Day leftover bits from Night and Day

Tina’s Crown Quilt
Quilt History Blocks

Hexagon Doll Quilt
Hexagon Bigger Quilt

Roll Roll Cotton Boll
Bibelot Schnibbles

Hmmm, what to start with first???


Cheryl said...

Seeing your list makes me realize that all quilters have multitudes of projects going on! The list has helped me get some finishes accomplished. Hope it works for you.

Lesley said...

I love the green and pink colors of your quilt and the peaceful, simple babies blanket. You are so fortunate to be doing things you love all day long.
I'm still crocheting white grannies with pink and green centres & will be finished in another month or so.
I'm just making little padded animal felt covers for my kids new Tracfone LG800G smart phones so they don't scratch their touch screens. I'm only paying $5.99 for 40 minutes for each of them/month, not bad huh?
These felt pouches are so easy and fun to make that I'm getting the kids involved in sewing on the features and limbs of the penguin as you don't need a sewing machine.
Wer'e also making some felt birds and xmas decorations too like hearts, starts, Xmas trees as gifts.