Monday, January 20, 2014

Design Wall Monday - CS and RSCS Progress

Monday morning always seems to come as a bit of a shock, especially after having a three day weekend.  It's just hard to switch gears from the home front back to the stuff going on in the office.  

Having Friday off meant that I got in some significant stitching time.  Progress was made on Celtic Solstice.

Celtic Solstice
Bonnie Hunter Mystery

I've got pieces made for several more blocks, so this should grow a bit more over the next week.  

In order to make a bit a dent in my scraps, I started the Rainbow Scrap Challenge Sampler being offered by Soscrappy as part of this year's challenge.  

 

I'm having fun playing with my scraps.  Sampler block 5 is cut out and partially assembled.  I also finished the Inverted Star block which is the original project I had in mind for the RSC this year.  It's also this month's planned NewFO project.  

Inverted Star (available from Craftsy,
from Common Threads  

Mon Ami is January's UFO.  The label got made this weekend and the binding is sewn to the front, and I've started stitching the binding to the back.  

Modified from Mon Ami
by Miss Rosie's Quilt Company


So I'm on track with this month's goals.  It would be nice to end January with a finish.  

That's it for what's going on in my sewing room.  There's more January progress posted over at Judy's Patchwork Times.    

13 comments:

  1. Look at you go! We can both cross the January finish line! It's obvious you've been able to spend some good time in the sewing room! Keep it up! :)

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  2. You've been busy. I love your colors for Celtic Solstice.

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  3. You are making great progress on so many projects. Yes, it would be great to have a January finish. I can't wait to see your complete Mon Ami.

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  4. Your work is very pretty Kate. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Yay for nearly a finish! And I do love your CS - very calming. I think the lighter brown is just perfect.

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  6. You have some very pretty works on the go! Good luck sticking with your goals this month!

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  7. Lots of lovely sewing happening Kate . It looks like you made a ton of progress this week!

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  8. looks like you made lots of progress this week .. still getting in your 15 minutes?

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  9. Love the colors of your Celtic Solstice quilt! Beautiful!

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  10. You are making great progress in your sewing!

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  11. So lovely! :)
    Greetings from Finland!
    Hugs, Ulla

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  12. January is certainly looking good for you!

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  13. Love the scrappy blocks and your Celtic Solstice looks great. Love the colour way xxx

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