1. MODERN MEDALLION
This quilt saw a stall when I was at a loss as to what else to add to it. I am a pattern follower and just am not sure what to do next. It may just be done as is, we shall see depending on when it gets picked.
I have a whole bunch of little blocks to make for this quilt. I just have not had time to get back to it!
3. MERRY AND BRIGHT TABLERUNNER
This one was the January pick and I pulled out the old stitching and requilted it and got it bound. DJ originally quilted it and had trouble with the loops. I am going to send it to my cousin Tara since her Christmas box for Koi hasn't gone out yet.
4. KALEDISCOPE OF KOLOR
This was the 35th Ave. BOM the first year we participated. Kathy got hers done and gifted that same year. Mine has the black borders on (could not find a picture of that) but the last border did not fit right. At the time I could not figure out what I had done wrong and gave up on it. I need to pull it out and see what needs to be fixed and make a backing. Hopefully an easy UFO and I will be glad to get it in the quilting line.
I got tired of making these blocks a few years ago and so I put them away. I enjoy making them but have not clear purpose for these so it lost steam. I should try to do one or two each week so when this gets picked I have a chance to get it done!
I finally have all the blocks done from this long forgotten Rainbow BOM. I was waiting for Bonnie's book to come out to decide if I wanted to complete it the way she did hers. She added a really pretty sashing between all of her blocks...that seems like a complicated process for me since my quilt it a rainbow of colors. Not sure that will add anything to it. I do like how she did her borders where she brings out the star points though. Just not sure if I should sew the blocks together and attempt the outer border or attempt her sashing and see how it looks.
Ditto for this little Bonnie quilt. I am kind of excited to do this one with the wavy stitch and get it on the wall!