It’s time for me to set up my February quilting goals. I’m so proud of the progress I made in January.
Baby Quilt – I keep distracting myself from getting this finished. It’s not hard, I just got myself pulled into the world of paper piecing Wild & Goosey blocks. LOL They are my quilting crack. I almost finished step one on the baby quilt, however, so I need to get that finished and the back ground fabric cut. This will be my One Monthly Goal for February.
En Provence and Midnight Flight – both still in time out until I finish Baby Quilt. I am using fabric from these in my Lozenges and Wild & Goosey blocks, so they are still thought about almost every time I sit in front of the machine.
Wild & Goosey – oh man. Do I love these little critters. So far I have worked on them every day that I have been able to sit and sew. It’s fun to dig through my little snippets, but it is messy!
Farmers Wife – I am behind on my block of the week. I need to pull these out instead and put Wild & Goosey away. I am also paper piecing these so maybe that will satisfy my need to “quilt by number.”
Lozenges – still my Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2017 project. February is sea green and defined as “Anything between blue and green will work. From teal, to aqua to turquoise.” This is going to be fun! I am also trying to incorporate more neutral and black scraps into this month as well.
So for February:
Baby Quilt – 1) finish step one; 2) cut background for step two
Lozenges – Make a minimum of 20 lozenges with February RSC17 colors (10 black/10 neutral corners)
Farmers Wife – Make a minimum of 4 blocks