I think finishing the following 5 projects should be feasible
1. Triangle quilt:
I'm participating in the quilt along hosted by the Sassy Quilter, but making a single-bed sized quilt. I have just under 500 triangles cut. I was late starting sewing because I wasn't able to buy more fabric until Saturday but I'm hoping to catch up this week and, if I keep on schedule, should be finished by the end of April .
2. Jigsaw quilt:
|Jigsaw quilt pattern by Pam & Nicky Lintott|
from Two From One Jelly Roll Quilts
in Mmeropolitan Fair by Barbara Beckman for Moda
3. Celtic Solstice (Bonnie Hunter Mystery December 2013):
The top is in four pieces (hence the labels), joined in rows, and has been since the second week in January! To make it ready for quilt-as-you go I just have to join the rows (at present they're webbed). I have both wadding and backing fabric. The problem is I now wonder if I could maybe quilt the whole single bed sized quilt in one go on my Bernina 440QE. Quilting the entire quilt in one go would enable me to try some more interesting quilting, maybe emphasizing the circles. This has to be decided and done, I hope before the end of June.
|Back and both fronts and hopefully enough wool for both sleeves.|
otherwise they'll have to be 3/4 sleeves.
5. Toadstool House mini quilt:
I started this in a workshop on using the Apliquick: it was the piece for the workshop, but to be honest, it's not my thing. This is the first time I've started something and really lost interest very quickly. It's such a small thing, and most of it is cut and ready to appliqué, but until a few moments ago I was seriously considering scrapping it al together. But I don't like giving up, so here it is. This is going to be a real challenge to finish. Meanwhile I can be thinking what I'm going to do with it. Any ideas?
Happy sewing and fortuitous finishes