Tuesday, February 26, 2013

February UFO's

At the beginning of the month I joined Carrie for some UFO Busting.  My goals were:

1.  Make an additional 10 blocks for my Log Cabin Bow Ties.  I did not plan on finishing it.


I started out with 26 blocks and managed to make an additional 6 blocks.  Not sure how big I want this quilt to be.  It will be an on going project.

2.  I wanted to finish the applique on my Henrietta Whiskers quilt and then to baste the quilt for hand quilting.


I did finish the applique.  Also added my initials and the year.  It is hand basted and I will start hand quilting it next month.

3.  I wanted to pin baste, machine quilt and bind my Autumn Plus quilt.


A FINISH!!!!  This will be going in the mail next week to Hubby's friend. 

So I only have one finish but I did accomplish most of what I wanted to do.  I have already gone through my list of UFOs and have picked the 3 I want to work on for next month.

I've not only been trying to do some UFO Busting, I've also been starting new projects.

I finished my American Jewels quilt top.


I'm really happy with how it turned out.  I need to purchase some backing and binding fabric.  This quilt was made from a Layer Cake.


I recently purchased some quilt batts.  I got 5 Thermore queen size quilt batts by Hobson for $9.00 each.  They are none bearding and thin.  I love to use thin batts for my wall quilts.


I got them on clearance at Jo-Ann's.  I just love a bargain.

Just wanted to show you what I have hanging on the living room wall.



I'm sure I've shown this before.  I made it while living in the U.P. taking care of my Dad.  It was made for my husband for Christmas 2008.  The pattern was a Fons and Porter pattern.  The patterns were stretched out over a year in their magazine.

Don't forget about my giveaway....



You can enter the giveaway here.  You have until February 28th.  I will draw 2 winners on March 1st.

We are expecting a major snow storm here today.  It has already hit in the southwest and midwest.  So I am going to hunker down in the sewing room.  I want to finish my Temecula SAL quilt top.  And I have a few other projects to work on.

Stay warm and have a great week.

Hugs, Cathy


12 comments:

Carrie P. said...

You got a lot done this month too. I just love your log cabin quilt so far.
Congrats on finishing your Autumn Plus quilt. It looks great hanging and your hubby's friend will love it.
Good luck in my giveaway. I will be announcing a winner on March 1st too.

Doniene said...

Way to go Cathy!! So nice to make so much progress!! And such wonderful projects!!

Keep warm & God Bless!!

Kyle said...

It's good to have goals. And look what you accomplished.

libbyquilter said...

this is really working for you~!~lots of completed goals and i can tell you are still all fired up to get more done~!!~
the log cabin blocks are wonderful and what a great deal you got on that batting~!
enjoy the snowstorm and the stitching that you get done.

:-)
libbyQ

Janet O. said...

You've been a really good girl and you have wonderful things to show for it!! : )

Betty Lou said...

You have been a very busy lady and your projects are stunning. Especially love your log cabin, it's going to be a great quilt no matter what size. Hope you don't get too much snow

katyquilts said...

Wow! YOu have been productive! I love your Autumn Plus quilt :).

Karen said...

I like the string quilt. So scrappy looking. And graphic.

The older Country Threads books are a treasure trove of quilt patterns. I think I have them all.

Gail said...

I am such a fan of scrappy quilts! These are all wonderful!

LynCC said...

I really love that you added your initials and the year to Henrietta Whiskers. :D

MamaT said...

I love the bright colors in your Autumn Plus. And I can hardly wait to see the log cabin finished. It's beautiful already! Congratulations on your finishes and meeting your goals!

Mama Pea said...

Oh. My. goodness.....those log cabin bow ties are a. maze. ing. I love them!