Monday, December 31, 2012

100 Day Hustle Wrap Up

The 100 Day Hustle has come to a close and now it is time to see how much we all actually got done! I definitely didn't get as much done as I might have hoped, but progress is progress sometimes.

1. Twist of Lime Quilt: Binding
COMPLETED: September 26th and entered in the Bloggers' Quilt Festival and nominated in the Bed Quilt category!!!



2. Argyle Quilt: Finish all the blocks, put the top together, quilt myself, binding
As of October 15th: All blocks are done, picked up the setting fabric, need to start sewing into rows.
As of December 31st: I haven't touched this in almost two months. Whoops.



3. Snowflake quilt: Sew on hanging sleeve
COMPLETED: October 27th and hung up in my dining room!


4. Civil War quilt: hand quilt and bind
As of December 31st: I have almost two rows completed and I think I am finally in the "hand quilting" mindset for a while.


5. Christmas tree skirt to gift: everything
COMPLETED: October 21st and delivered!


6. Olympic Rail Fence: Quilt and bind
COMPLETED: October 25th and given to a sweet snuggly little boy!


7. Baby Quilt(s) for friends: Everything -- Need to make two of them
As of December 31st: I kind of failed on this. These were quilts I was debating about and now I have a couple baby quilts that I really have to make for babies in the spring.

8. Blitzen Jelly Roll Christmas Quilt with Basket Case Pattern: Everything
As of December 31st: I cut background squares but that's about it. This one will be a Christmas quilt next year.


9. Shoe Quilt: quilting and binding
As of November 23rd: I took this baby home to have my mom free motion quilt it.



Happy New Year!

8 comments:

  1. Lovely job!! I've said it before and I'll say it again = I love that twist of lime!!

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  2. Congratulations on your completed projects!!!

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  3. Your quilts look great. The Twist of Lime is really fun. The patchwork tree skirt is great, too! Congrats on getting so much done

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  4. Wow, lovely quilts and so much work when doing all that hand quilting. Your tree quilt is lovely... perhaps I should make one but it would have to be three one for me and one each for my sisters!

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  5. My my. . what a great list and finishes! Awesome job!

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  6. Ooh, that argyle quilt is lovely! I can't wait to see it all together!

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  7. Wow you accomplished a lot! Everything is so pretty. : )

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