First is my Modern Maples quilt. The quilt top and backing has been finished since at least September or October, and it has been sandwiched since Halloween, but I've only just now gotten it quilted. But I love the texture the quilting gave it.
this post, from way back in June of 2013, I created the blocks from the Stripes That Bind bundle from Westwood Acres. (Let me just say that Amanda puts together such awesome collections!) And yes, it's been sitting there a really long time. I actually think it has been sandwiched since about last August.
And it just sat there. And sat there. And every time I looked at it I thought, "You know, I really should get that down off the shelf and quilt it. It wouldn't take that long..." And still it sat there.
I got it down off the shelf on Saturday evening, and quilted a couple of the hexagons. And then on Monday I quilted a couple more. On Tuesday, I finally decided to just sit-down-and-finish-it-already!
So, that's two finishes already in April! I'm so excited!
This one is also one more toward my making every quilt in Camille Roskelly's Simplify book. Only a few more to go!
And hearts (of a sort) in the inner border. I never did manage to get the hearts as consistent as I would have liked.
They are far from perfect, but respectable, I think for a first try. I obviously need more practice.
So, I think that's six...
Breath of Avignon
Faux String Quilt
finishes this year from the 14 in 2014 list. Only 8 more to go in 8 months!! Woohoo!
I might just be able to do this!