My goals as set in January were:
1. Turquoise and yellow quilt for my cousin's new baby that I made but have been avoiding basting. FINISHED!
2. Teal and grey baby quilt for a friend. FINISHED!
3. Finish binding my Christmas Improv Quilt. FINISHED!
4. Quilt the Rainbow picnic quilt. FINISHED!
5. Quilt my Aviatrix Medallion. FINISHED! (Though technically I had it quilted).
6. Finish a Knuffle Bunny quilt I have waiting. FINISHED!
7. Pineapple Farm Quilt (for April). FINISHED!
8. Gamer Quilt (for hubby...maybe March for his birthday?) FINISHED! (Though for our anniversary in July instead).
9. Finish the QB travelling quilt that I have been doing with friends...assuming C gets out of thumb jail after some minor surgery on her hand in the new year. FINISHED! (Just waiting for A and C to finish so we can exchange at March Break!) I can't show you a picture because they haven't seen it yet!
I also made these things in 2018:
|Baby quilt for a co-worker|
|A map quilt of Southern Ontario from a workshop I took through the Toronto Modern Quilt Guild with 3rd Story Workshop.|
|Pillowcases for my nephews.|
|A shoe storage bag for packing for my MIL.|
|A pineapple Sew Together Bag for my MIL (my other MIL...yes, I have two!)|
|I kept it simple for her and she loves it.|
|I used the stars I won at the West End Modern Quilt Guild for our Block Lotto to make this baby quilt to donate.|
|I made 17 of these vinyl pouches using the pattern Pouch with a View from Three Owls.|
|They will be the goodie bags for my daughter's fifth birthday party the second weekend in January.|
|And they have these adorable charms on them.|
|I put binding on this quilt that my friend C pieced and A quilted as a gift to a principal friend who was retiring.|
|My older daughter had a sleepover party in October and each girl got a pillowcase.|
|A Peppa Pig pillowcase for my youngest daughter and a Mario pillowcase for my best friend's son.|
|I made more of these then I can count, but this large size (Project) was for a family friend's son who LOVES flamingos. It held his birthday gift.|
|This Thank you Nadia quilt for my daughter's Grade 4 teacher in June. I guess I never posted about it? It uses the free Art Gallery Plenum pattern and I quite love it. (The teacher's favourite colour is red).|
Hooray for another awesome year with lots of great finishes!