So what's on the list for third quarter, pretty much most of the list from first and second quarter, plus a couple of new additions. Might as well be ambitious right?
1. En Provence (from the first quarter list)
|En Provence, A Bonnie Hunter Mystery (2016)|
2. Magnolia Mystery (from the first quarter list)
|Magnolia Mystery by Cheryl Brickey of|
Meadow Mist Designs
This project is back from being quilted and needs to be trimmed and bound. So this one is definitely going to be a finish this quarter.
3. Vintage Dresses (from the first quarter list)
|Vintage Dresses by Charise Randell|
This was supposed to be a high school graduation present for a niece going into fashion design. The plan now is to finish it in time for Christmas. It needs borders and a backing before it can go out for quilting. Adding borders and making a backing always takes longer than I think it will. So we'll see if it actually gets done 3rd quarter.
4. Christmas Angels (from the second quarter list)
|Christmas Angels Pattern by Kate|
Another quilt that needs the borders, backing and prepping for quilting. It's another Christmas present. I'm not sure this one will actually get done, though I'm hoping to at least have it out for quilting by the end of the quarter.
5. Inverted Star (new for third quarter)
| Inverted Star|
by Jessica Boschem of Common Threads
available from Craftsy as a free download
This is a college graduation quilt for one of the Scientist in Training's friends. She graduates in December, so I'm hoping to move it to finished. Being honest, this one will likely make it to the finished flimsy stage by the end of the quarter. I doubt it makes it to finished quilt. But I'm adding it in so it stays on my priority list for the quarter.
6. Twinkle Star (new for third quarter)
Twinkle Stars Tutorial by Andrea Feldbush of Soscrappy
Another college graduation quilt for one of the SITs friends. But she doesn't graduate till May. Still it would be nice to have this one finished well in advance for a change. I'll be happy if it's ready to go out for quilting by the end of the quarter. Again it's here so it stays on the priority list for the year.
That's a pretty ambitious list isn't it? The first two on the list are pretty easy finishes, so that really only leaves 4 quilts that are going to take some effort to move to finished. If I can finish another 2, to make for a total of 4 for the quarter, I'll be pretty happy.
Linking up with She Can Quilt for the 2018 Quilt Along Third Quarter Dreaming of Finishes List.