It has been a while since I have documented, on my blog, my WiPs. I have been using Instagram mostly to document the my additions to various projects. However, I am feeling the need to finish some of these projects, which lets to active planning and accountability.
So here goes….what am I working on that needs to be completed for September/October/November time frame?
September Projects – Quilts
Sunday Best: Goal is to finish this quilt in September. The top and the back are all ready for basting/quilting.
Orange Creamsicle: An Improv hand-stitching project which I would like the top and back to be finished in September. I am still deciding how large it will be…maybe 36″ x 48″ or I might do 48″ x 48″??
Ode to Clothes: Part of a study that I started out of the blue last night, inspired by Lance Letscher’s paper/paint work and #makedoquilt. Made from clothes – T-Shirts with Cord and Wool Trousers. I would like the top for this one complete. It will likely be a mini quilt – currently a ~24″ square. I thinking of adding more negative space. More to come on this project.
Mad Dash: Goal is to complete this quilt, this weekend. Binding is ready to be stitched on.
September Projects – Pattern Releases
I am so behind on these, I know I promised patterns in August. For some reason life just gets in the way ;-). Anyway, here are my new planned release dates.
Abstract Triangles – September 5th (next week !!)
Daughter’s Love: September 19th (All proceeds for the first month will go to a cancer charity).
Mad Dash: September 26th
Overall Project Plan
(3rd FAL project)
|Sunday Best|| September
(3rd FAL project)
|Blog Hop Project||September|
|Orange Creamsicle||October||TOP (underway), BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND
|World of Angles||October|
|Quilt Market Project||October||TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|NY High Line||November||TOP, BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
|Ode to Clothes||November||TOP (underway), BACK, BASTE, QUILT, BIND|
As previously, projects are likely to shift and I am flexible with this list. It just helps me to put it down on “paper”.