Friday, April 15, 2016

2016 Finish Along Q2 Goals

I don't know whether to call these goals or a never ending list of WIPs but I think there's a chance I'll actually finish most of these in the next 3 months. Whether I blog about them is another story but I'll try.

Oakshott dress - I'm working on a tutorial for an Oakshott Lipari bloghop in a few weeks. Can't wait to show you what I have planned!

Seattle skyline Scrappy Applique - I started this piece just this week in Shannon Brinkley's live Scrappy Applique class. It just needs to be attached to a background so I can finish it up!

Seattle MQG challenge with Me+You - I can't wait to sew up a Me+You pillow cover with these gorgeous fabrics!

Clamshell quilt - Started this one last weekend in class with Latifah Saafir. It's flannel so it will end up being super soft!

RJR Riviera mini - I have the top almost finished and then it's time to quilt!

Chaos Quilt - Started last month in class with Libs Elliott, I'm just waiting for more of the blue solid to finish those last two little blocks and then I can quilt it!

RJR Mesa mini - Time to quilt this cute little guy!

Negative Space quilt - From Jacquie Gering's Quiltcon workshop in February, I have some blocks sewn and need to decide on a layout to finish this one up.

Emerge DGS - January's blocks for my do good stitches group are ready and waiting to be assembled.

Washi tops -  I have the green cut and the grey/pink ready to cut. The grey is double gauze so I'm hoping it makes a nice cool top for my travels this summer.

Sewtopia Virtual Challenge - It seems I'm not the only one who added yellow to these B&W fabrics but I have a plan and I'm excited to get started on it!

Looks like I have some work to do. Better get busy! Linking up to the Finish Along.


  1. Slightly challenging list, eh? I'm especially excited to see your quilt from Jacquie's class come together! Oh and those Oakshotts!

  2. You have an awesome list to work on! I'm especially excited about the active space blocks. I was in that class too and I love how your blocks are looking! I want to steal them. I ended up making four HUGE blocks and setting them in LOTS of black and I don't really like my project any more, but it was an inspirational class and I keep thinking about the concepts. And that skyline applique is really great too. Such a neat idea! I can't wait to see it done.

  3. That scrappy applique technique looks so innovative!! And Latifah Saafir is my quilty idol. I'm going to make that glam clam quilt one day soon!


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