I’m happy to share that I managed my first UFO finish for 2014!
This is a simple flannel quilt made using a Quilt As You Go technique, completed with raggy edges instead of binding. I had very little flannel to work with and decided to not add borders.
Now that this quilt is done, it will be donated to The Linus Connection. I love the simplicity and softness of it and think it will make a very snuggly blanket for a little one in need.
#11 on the list is ready to be crossed off! You can see the quilt blocks, pre-piecing to the right of The List.
Next, I think I’ll tackle #5, the PoD Signature quilt. All it needs is a binding!
Also this week, I received some special Owl Post from my friend Amber. These two hoot-tastic potholders are twins to the two she sent to my best girlfriend! Also included was a fantastic Harry Potter postcard. My friends are THE BEST!
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Congrats on the 1st finish for the year! My first finish was a mending project: two dog beds that needed lots of repair, much by hand with carpet/button thread & a pair of pliers to pull the needle through. Must remember to change the needle on my machine back to a quilting needle!! 🙂
Yay for finishes! Here’s to many, many more!