Monday 16 April 2012

Finish-A-Long ~ second quarter goals

I have a few UFO projects that I want to commit to finishing and the best way to do that (for me and many others it seems) is to announce my intentions publicly.  I have only recently discovered this Finish-a-long but it seemed just the thing for me!  They are in the second quarter now [April-May-June 2012] and I am just in time to join in and link up with Rhonda at Quilter in The Gap declaring my goals for the 2012 Finish-A-Long.

So, the projects I'd like to finish this quarter are:

1.  Finish my Oh, Fransson! 'Mod Quilt'.  I need to piece the back, baste, quilt, bind and label this beauty!

2.  Finish my 'Green-grey-teal-turquoise quilt'.  Need to make a back, baste it, quilt it, bind it and label it. 

3. Finish my 'Figgy Pudding table topper'.  The back is done (not pieced) so I just need to baste, quilt, bind this one.  This would mean I could use it this coming Christmas since it didn't get done for the last holiday!  Cool!

Keep your fingers crossed for me that I can accomplish these goals.  I'm excited to eventualy link up for the post-linky party and maybe even win a prize!  I love the motivation of that little word 'prize'. So powerful! 

I'll be linking up with Frontier Dreams Keep Calm and Craft On.
Anyways, hope you are getting things done too! 


Cherie said...

Love the quilts, both have some great fabrics and patterns! Cute table topper, hope you get it finished so you can use it! =D

Charlotte said...

good luck! Just think of all the lovely quilty goodness you will have once you are finished :-D

Deborah said...

I'm doing the finish along, too! And I just had a finish! I also love dachshunds and tulips. We had Tillie for 10 years! Your projects are beautiful. Deb. :o)

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Well done on the finish! We had a sausage dog as kids so this is my second, tho' Jax is a cross-breed. I'm off to check your blog out too :)

HannahW said...

I love all the quilts.. I reeeeally need to take up quilting! I followed you over from KCCO and here is my project this week: My project this week: