Thursday, April 4, 2013

March Recap



I never feel like I accomplished as much as I wish I had, but there were a few finishes to report in March.



I finished my Madrona Road quilt using Ali's heximetry pattern.  Every time I see it, it reminds me of the quilt in this picture that Ali made and sent to Britton on the occasion of his arrival...

which was taken the day the quilt arrived.  Their mommy had no sooner put the quilt on the floor and placed newborn Britton on it in anticipation of a photo session, than his big sister had to lie down next to him for a chat.  I love this picture, and these children, and the quilt as well.

And here's another photo of our {then} new little guy {and the quilt, of course}.

Britton was a year old yesterday.  Look how far we've come!

... But I digress...  we were talking about March finishes, weren't we?  Let's see - Madrona Road...


And Jelly Roll Race...

And the wonky Hexie Scrap Basket...

And the little Selvage Pouch...


 And a {sorely needed!} new ironing board cover...

Leona's mug rug...

A table runner, napkins, market tote and pouch for my partner in the Wish List swap....





And my sister's Music Tote.



So, there were a few accomplishments.  And let us not forget that I had my first experience with a long arm, which was a blast!

So, that about wraps up March...  In addition to the Lovely Year of Finishes, I'm linking up with Richard and Tanya's Link a Finish Friday (even though this was posted on Thursday) because they said there were no rules.  =)


Here's to April!

7 comments:

  1. What a sweet picture of the two little ones on your beautiful quilt!!

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  2. you had a good March! can't believe the baby is a year old already. time flies

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  3. love LOVE your Madrona Road heximetry.
    And those babies are too sweet!
    those are a lot of fun finishes! :)

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  4. You had a good March Wendi! What a cute little guy, isn't he growing up fast?!

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  5. Wow!!! That's about all I get done in a year :( Nice work!

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