Saturday, March 2, 2013

February finishes

Shine On for Project Quilting.  Red Hots  and Candyland--both for the Hugs and Kisses Blog Hop.
Practice for the sheer ribbon illusion challenge.  Pasque for Project Quilting.  The travel duffle bag.

Fewer finishes for February it seems.   I did get most of the quilting done on the easy street mystery quilt, but it will be a March finish.  The travel bag was the big project and involved a lot of steps/adjustments for me.  I probably won't make another one this big, but a smaller size is a possibility.
 March should be much more productive.....less things to sidetrack me.
March plans:
  Finish up easy street mystery quilt.
  Complete the applique on the guild challenge quilt.....and maybe get to the borders ;)
  Do the 2 projects for Project Quilting----but keep them small!
  Put together blocks of the  scrap quilt from 5" squares.
  Continue with the floral coins blocks.  ( I have had questions about this....so I will answer them soon in a post.)
  Do something with the stack of old blue jeans.......possible tote bag?
  Start something new----?!!!!

Hope you got to attend the awards ceremony at   SewCalGal.   Padsworth did a great job as MC and the star was Bonnie Hunter, who just about did a clean sweep!  You might want to click over and see it and enter the drawings for some prizes.
I will be linking to 2013 year of the Finished Project.   Happy stitching.

9 comments:

  1. Looks like a productive month to me, Debbie. That is a great bag. And I think that flower is beautiful!

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  2. Il y avait simplemment 28 jours, c'est croyable ce que vous avez fait.
    C'est fantastique !!!
    Gisèle

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  3. February is a short month and I think you accomplished a tremendous amount. Way to go, Debbie!

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  4. They're all so pretty, normally I zero in on one as a favorite but not his time, too many pretties to pick just one.

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  5. Your February projects are wonderful, every single one! You have such a great eye for color.

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  6. I love your travel bag... I'd love to purchase the pattern myself. What's the name of it?

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  7. I think you did well. That bag was a major project!

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  8. Wonderful projects! I've been planning to do Libby's sheer ribbon illusion, and what a great bag!

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