Monday, 3 April 2017

Finish A Long Quarter 2 2017

Completely forgot about this, was just reading a few blogs and realised it was it time to make another unachievable list and then beat myself up. Or I could keep it short and sweet.

So, here is my list of finishes I hope to finish before the end of June. In no particular order.
  1. Finish my daughter's Liberty skirt. The pattern has a horrible waistband, so I need to fudge this.    
  2. Get stuck into this Houndstooth quilt, I am enjoying it but time has been an issue here. This is for my daughter too. (on a theme here)
3. Make a few more economy squares and make a fun quilt for a child. No rush.
4. My Liberty hexie quilt. This could nearly appear on Stranmillis University Lifelong Learning programme, this is my lifelong learning project. That's ok, I find this so relaxing I don't want it to finish.
5. My Jam Sandwiches and Red Lemonade Quilt x 2. These just need basted and quilted . Easy Peasy,
6. I have a one sock nearly knitted here. Should really finish it, and its friend.

That's it folks. All straight forward, short and concise.
                                                  See how this all goes at the end of  June.

Helen x


  1. nice list, hope you get lots accomplished.

  2. great list Helen. I have to get going on mine.

  3. I think it's great to list things, i have decided to do this myself... Hence working through a very old WIP and deciding to make bags instead of a quilt with the blocks... Looking forward to seeing your progress but don't beat yourself up if you take on new 'challenges' lol...

    Love and hugs xxx

  4. Such a variety of projects - never a dull moment in your studio. I can barely keep up with the monthly goals; therefore I'll skip the quarterly ones :-p I am so looking forward to your Jam Sandwiches and Red Lemonade Quilt. It will be fabulous, and then I will make one like it :-D

  5. Those economy squares look amazing!! Look forward to seeing it all come together :)

  6. I especially like the economy blocks =) Good luck tackling your projects the next quarter.

  7. Lots of variation there Helen, if you get fed up or stuck on one project you can always move to another completely different one for a change. Enjoy the journey.


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