Based on my 2014 plan, my goal for January is to complete my Riley Blake challenge quilt design. Good news, I have made a start on my first improvisational piecing block – “Sunrise”.
This particular block colors were inspired by the Hipster Pop Orange which was provided as one of the MQG challenge fabrics.
Linking up for my January goals to “A Lovely year of finishes 2014” (See link-up on the side menu).
One more thing…so I have also started cutting for my February goal the X & + Quilt. See these 90 blocks, I cut these in a matter of 15-20 mins. Want to know how?
If you read my blog recently, you would know, cutting is my least favorite thing….well no longer….this was my Christmas present, MY NEW ACCUQUILT!!!
I have already used it to make my HST for the Christmas tree block. I love it!
We had a wonderful Christmas, and we loved our great tree this year. I hope you all enjoyed your holidays as well.
Guess what I got for Chritsmas!!! I got the Accuquilt Go Mix and Match starter kit. I spent 1/2 an hour trying it out, cutting 12 blocks at a time. I quickly had 90 3.5″ cut squares. I love it – this will make such a difference in my least favorite activity – cutting.
I had a busy time leading up to Christmas. I made 30 iPhone/iPad stands, two of which were gifts for the hubby and the little one. The VW stand below is one of the hubby’s Christmas presents. He is a huge VW van fan. The fabric is one I purchased a while back from Spoonflower, Rainbow peace campers by Sharon Turner.
I finally finished my Christmas Stocking, one day late, but perfect for next year. I fussy cut the Santa’s – fabric is Santa Claus is Coming to Town by Creative Thursday for Andover Fabrics. I then used paper piecing improv blocks for the surrounding area. I loved how it turned out.
One final picture of our three stockings all hanging in front of the fire place. The other two were made last year and blogged about here and here.
Linking up with Lorna @ Sew Fresh Quilts who is hosting: