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Other than my family, the passion of my life is quilting. An eclectic, I love a wide variety of styles and techniques encompassing both machine and hand work. Instagram: lyncc_quilts

Thursday, February 28, 2013

February NewFO's and Finishes, and Goal Post for March

(I'm trying to streamline my monthly reports so I don't have an onslaught of similar posts all at once.)


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This month, I had one NewFO - a baby quilt for my youngest sister's first kiddo. Entirely from stash, so that's all good. The HST's are organized into columns to be sewn web-style.  






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My February Finishes make me happy - I tucked away two of the three UFOs on my January Goal Post (Wheelchair Quilt 3 and Hawaiian Etude), and I have maybe 3 hours left of stitching on Amaretto's binding. Bonuses: I finished 5 Valentine minis that came from NewFOs, and I got that design wall made and up!








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March Goal Post:  Yep. School focus has really put the slow-down on quilting work, and next week will be wiped out by the conference I'm presenting at. So I think these are realistic expectations:

Amaretto Cottage (UFO): Binding finished, labeled, photo-op








Baby English 1.0 (Gift from Stash): Get this pieced and do the walking-foot portion of quilting for stabilization. Matching bookbag cut out.






Run, Kitty, Run (Gift from Stash): Get this marked (or make golden thread papers), baste it, get the walking foot quilting in for stabilization.






  Affairs of the Heart (UFO): However much handwork I can get done on the conference trip.











You Must Be Croaking (NETY - UFO family) - pull this one from storage for the next NewFO: washed, cut. I need something NOT blue to look at!!








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Want some eye candy and inspiration to work on your UFOs and produce some finishes?  Check out the monthly link-up buttons I included above.  :D

17 comments:

  1. Great projects! I'm looking forward to seeing photos of the completed Amaretto Cottage.

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  2. congrats on your finishes. Love your Hawaiian quilt.
    You have some really great projects lined up for March.

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  3. Whoohooo. . great finishes.

    Thanks for linking up

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  4. Those are great projects! I love your doll quilt. Thanks for linking up today.

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  5. LOL - you still managed to list a pile of work for March. I repeat: The quilting on Amaretto Cottage is fabulous! And the Hawaiian Etude is so cool too. Thanks for linking at Applique Thursday.

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  6. I meant to say also that I have one of those Java House patterns - mine's called Infrognito. It just might be my April NewFO.

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  7. Lovely finishes! You won't run out of work this month either! :) All the best on your projects!

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  8. You've been VERY busy! Good job!

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  9. Thats a very sweet baby quilt and the quilting on your Amaretto cottage is gorgeous!

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  10. Wow, so very busy, and so very wonderful!!! Love your projects!!! Always nice to have goals and yours are very inspiring!! Way to go!!

    Blessings

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  11. You've done good, I really like the baby quilt, the colors are wonderful. Is that McKenna Ryan on your design wall, they are gorgeous.

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  12. "You Must be Croaking" makes me LOL. I have a cute cat pattern from Java House on my NewFO list too. You had a great month with lovely projects!

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  13. You did have a productive month! Looks like you are going to be busy in March too!

    Good luck at the conference.

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  14. You have finishes a lot...Congratulations! Looks like you will be very busy in March too!!

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  15. You sure kept busy! And talk about raising the bar with your new list of things to accomplish!! Wow!

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  16. The baby quilt is going to be really cute!

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  17. Some lovely projects to keep you interested! ;-)

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