Tuesday, February 5, 2019

February Sewing Plans

I have been working on my Woodland Wonderland BOM quilt from Fig Tree Quilts.  I was a bit behind schedule and decided to see what I could do to get caught up.  I have quite a bit to go to complete the top but I am determined to get it done.  The blocks are fun and I know that I will love this quilt but I also know it will take some effort to complete it.  Setting a goal can only help me stay at it.

These are just a few of the blocks I have completed, now to add fillers and follow the directions to make a complete quilt top.

We are packed in to a small part of our space due to some ground water flooding in our home.  It has been quite an adventure.  I think I will share a few before and after pictures in another post as we go through the process of repairing and putting things back in order.    Finding a spot to take a picture of my sewing is a challenge. This was taken in our dining/sewing/closet next to our living room/bedroom.  Fun times.


If I complete this project, I will also share it as my February finish on The Crafty Quilter. It is one of the projects from my UFO & WIP List.

Sherry

6 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear that you have had flooding. I'm just not into gray, but I LOVE it on this quilt. Good luck completing the blocks.

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  2. Fun blocks. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project. Sorry to hear about the flooding.

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  3. I love the gray background fabric! It looks almost like linen! Very pretty...

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  4. Love the dark background. Really makes everything pop! Hugs to you sweet friend!

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  5. I LOVE those cute blocks.

    Water problems are never fun. I hope you can get it sorted out quickly.

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