I did finish 4 quilts in 2012. One was a really old WIP, 2 were given as gifts, and one was a holiday quilt. So, tops on my list for 2013 is to finish a quilt that can be used by my family year round. This is already underway, but has been stalled on my design wall for far too long! I thought I might want to make it bigger, but felt daunted by the number of 4" blocks I would need to complete. Also, the thought of rearranging what I had to keep the balanced scrappiness was not so appealing... But, I need to finish it. Suck it up and get to sewing!
NUMBER 1 - Brown and Blue scrap/lap quilt
Second, I have one quilt at the flimsy stage that I need to get quilted and bound. It's been waiting for about 6 months already - yikes. I have a pieced back for it, and I think I like the back better than the front. It is simple and modern and uses one test block that I eliminated for use on the front.
NUMBER 2 - Red and black quilt
This next one is the result of one of those Flickr swaps I jumped in on... my Bow Tie Swap Quilt. I ended up adding plenty of extra blocks so I could get this up to a twin size. It needs its borders added, quilted and bound. This one may be held as a possible donation quilt, but I'd like it off my plate!
NUMBER 3 - Bow Ties twin quilt
NUMBER 4 - Leaf mini quilt
I also have a pillow to finish up.
NUMMBER 5 - Odds and Ends Poinsettia Pillow
To help keep me motivated to move these projects to the finished pile, I am excited to be joining in with Leanne's Q1 Finish-a-Long. Looks like some great prizes are out there for completed projects!