Monday, February 11, 2019

Weekend Stitching: Steady Progress

It was a good weekend to stay in and sew, which is pretty much what I did. British Baking on Netflix and a few cups of coffee, made for some very relaxing stitching time.  

First on the list was round two of borders for the Christmas Angels quilt. 

Christmas Angels, Pattern by Kate

The quilt is really straight, the photo was taken at an odd angle as the quilt has gotten to big to photograph easily.  Just one more beige border and it will be time to add the final dark green border.  So I'm on track with my February One Monthly Goal.  

The Good Fortune blocks had to come down to put up the Angels flimsy. 

Good Fortune, 2019 Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt

As the number of blocks on the design wall increase, the better I like it.  I've decided to go for a 5 X 7 block layout.  So I'm just over half way done with making the blocks. 

Lastly, I finished the 4th red Wild and Goosey block.

 Modified Wild and Goosey
Based on Bonnie Hunter's pattern in Addicted to Scraps


So I could lay them out to see how one block is going to look.  I'm really happy with how these are working out.  I need to get started on making some yellow ones this week.  

That's pretty much it from the sewing room.  I am hoping to take my bonus day off this Friday, but with everything going on at work, that may not happen.  Fingers crossed there.  

Linking up with:

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12 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

Glad you got some sewing time on the weekend... sure hope you get to have Friday off!!

Barbara said...

Beautiful projects, all of them. I really like the fabrics you chose for the second one (name flew right out of my head).

Nann said...

Sometimes I wish I had a second design wall so I wouldn't have to take blocks for one project down in order to work on another!

Alison V. said...

All of your projects are looking great! I love your Good Fortune blocks!

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Christmas Angels is such a pretty quilt! I really like the piecing that gives the curved effect. Glad you're getting the chance to move this one along!

Julie in GA said...

You certainly had a productive weekend! Your projects are all looking fantastic!

The Joyful Quilter said...

Here's hoping you get you bonus day off this week!

chrisknits said...

Looks like you made a lot of progress! I love the Good Fortune.

Louise said...

Your Good Fortune is Good Looking! If you're enjoying it, I'd encourage you to make the full 7x7 layout, 49 blocks. The math on the borders doesn't work right otherwise, so if you do 5x7 be prepared to make changes on the final border or have some of your inner borders be asymmetrical. If you haven't sewn the outer border blocks yet, consider waiting until the little 2" triangles are used before you decide what to do :)

Marti said...

Good weekend's work! I love the Christmas Angels quilt. It turned out great! Looks like you are going to have two finishes in February.

Julierose said...

You have lovely projects you are making! i love the colors in Wild and goosey..very striking hugs, Julierose

Alycia Quiltygirl.com said...

Look at you go!!! It was an awesome weekend for you!! LOVE the color in your Good Fortune!