Sunday, November 11, 2018

The Home Stretch!

Tomorrow starts the last week of school before a nine-day Thanksgiving Break - woo hoo!  I'm doing my best to get my On Ringo Lake quilt done before the release of Bonnie Hunter's new mystery, but I don't know if I'm going to make it; I realized this weekend that I never finished one of the clues, so I'm scrambling to make some flying geese units so I can finish piecing the blocks.  I did get three or four more blocks pieced this weekend, though.

My leaders and enders for the weekend was to sew together the bonus triangles I had laying around from a recent project

and add them to my HST tin.  At some point, I should be able to make something fun from all of these.
I L-O-V-E butter cookies!
I also finished and mailed off five blocks for Carole's Carolina Hurricane Quilt Project.

No finishes to show, except a couple more stockings for my ETSY shop

but I've been thinking a lot about beginnings - five people here at work are having babies this spring!  Five opportunities to make fun little quilts!!

I'm linking up with Oh Scrap and Monday Making.


Bonnie said...

Seems to me you got quite a lot done! I like making baby quilts because they give me a chance to try new things; use fun, usually bright, fabrics; and basically play in the studio. Enjoy your projects.

Karen's Korner said...

Cute stockings and enjoy making the baby quilts.

Crystal_235 said...

I have 1/2 of step one done for ORL. I've been looking at Christmas stocking patterns. I like the ones you've made. And I'm also planning on baby quilts, there is at least 4 I could make for gifts.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

That is a great idea to store all your extra HSTs in a separate tin. Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!