Tuesday, October 11, 2016

2016 FAL Q4 - The list

I managed to finish My Scrappy Hexagon quilt last quarter right on time for the link up, but Hurricane Matthew left us without power (and no internet) for a few days; I was not able to post my only finish. That's part of life, isn't it? All is good; we were lucky; there was no damages, just clean-up to do.

Without further ado, here's my list for the last quarter of 2016. Three projects on my list for this quarter:

1. Christmas Double Wedding Ring

The top is done; I will probably hand quilt it as I don't feel ready to tackle this one on the longarm. It might be finished by Christmas or it might not!


2. Scrappy Christmas Trip Around the World

The top is finished, it needs to be quilted, and hopefully it will be done in time for Christmas; crossing my fingers.


3. Scrappy Court House Steps

The top is finished and ready to be quilted.



Linking up with the FAL 2016

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On a different note, my AMH Dresden Plate won the Hand Quilted Category in The Blogger's Quilt Festival. I was the runner-up, the talented Wendy @Wendy's Quilts and More won in three different categories!! Because of Amy's policy of sharing prizes among winners, I will be receiving the prize from the hand quilted category. I won a bundle of patterns from Prairie Grass Patterns, and as soon as it arrives, I will be sharing one pattern with one of you. Stay tuned for my giveaway!





5 comments:

  1. Both of your tops are wonderful! Good luck getting them finished in time for Christmas!

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  2. Très joli le wedding ring. J'admire ta patience de piquer à la main. Je voudrais bien m'attaquer à ce genre design un jour... si ma pile de truc qui m'intéresse finit par descendre un jour !

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  3. Good luck with your projects. They are beautiful!

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  4. It will be great to have Christmas quilts. Beautiful!

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  5. Your quilts-in-progress are wonderful, I could not say which is my favourite. I hope you get them finished for Christmas!

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