Happy New Year!!!
From reading some of my favorite blogs today I see that many of you are starting off 2018 with new goals and resolutions. In my usual fashion, I’m still catching up J
My last post was September 1st (yikes!) Our camping and traveling adventures didn’t allow much time for creativity. I’m not complaining! However, I thought I should pick up where I left off and show you what I did accomplish.
A few new projects…
This is a new tote for our Airstream. I used Stephanie Dunphy’s pattern Miss June. You can read about this project here.
When we bought our Airstream we also joined the Wally Byam Caravan Club (WBCCI). This organization issues big red numbers that should be placed on the RV. Well, I just do not have the heart to put stickers on Arya yet so I made this banner to place outside the camper when we are attending club events. Yep…I’m a rule breaker and let me tell you, some of the die hards would be happy to kick us out of the club…LOL.
Another new project was this Saku Hat from Olga Buraya-Kefelian olgajazzy.com. It is a slouch hat meant to be worn without rolling up the front. However, my gauge was off and it ended up too big but my daughter likes it anyway. I purchased enough yarn to make two so I’ll be sure to shorten the next one.
How did I do on my 17 UFOs in 2017?
I either completed or made progress on 9 of the 17 selected UFOs. Here are the results that I haven’t shared with you already.
Finish the 2009 Saturday Sampler, well it is a flimsy waiting to go to the long arm quilter.
Finish the Swilly scarf.
Pieced three more Farm Girl Vintage blocks with 9 left.
And for the new BOM progress…
Here is July’s A Quilting Life Mystery Block of the Month
I still have to finish piecing 5 more blocks.
Lastly, these are the completed basket blocks from the Fat Quarter Shop’s Sew Sampler Box. I have to complete December’s block to be current with this project.
That is it in a nutshell for 2017.
My husband had total shoulder replacement surgery on December 28th so we are pretty much grounded for a bit. We took the camper out over the Christmas holiday but she is tucked away for a few months, not only because of hubby’s procedure but it is nearly impossible to get a campsite in Florida during the winter months.
Please accept my apology for such a long and photo heavy post but I had some catching up to do.
Wishing you a happy, healthy and quilty 2018!!!