Maybe. There were no finishes last quarter, but there was good progress on two or three projects. A shoe in finish is Vintage Dresses.
| Vintage Dresses|
by Charise Randell
It's been quilted and trimmed, it just needs the label and binding. I ended up ordering a fabric for the binding to finish out the progression of blues. That should be here this weekend, so this one should be an October finish.
Next up is Twinkle Stars.
Tutorial by Andrea Feldbush of Soscrappy
Just three more seams and this one will be ready for the borders. I decided to finish out the diamonds along each edge using a pieced border, but those pieces should sew up pretty fast. A final border of the background fabric to float the blocks and it will be ready for a backing. This is supposed to be a Christmas gift so it really needs to get done soon.
Also in the "bordering" stage is the Storm at Sea quilt for my bed.
|Storm at Sea|
Paper Piecing Class by Carrie Randell (Quilter's Hideaway)
Just two borders left. I bought a wide backing for this quilt, so that won't have to be pieced. It would be nice to start the new year with a new quilt on our bed.
The last possible finish is Daisy Chain.
| Daisy Chain Mystery|
2019 Little Bunny Quilts Mystery
by Alison of Honey, Bunny & Doll Designs
This quilt also just needs borders and a backing. Borders always take longer than I think they will. Plus, I'm not sure what I'm going to do on this one. There's not enough of any one fabric to use as a border, nor is there enough to make a scrappy one. I don't have a lot of those tans in my stash or scraps, so I'll need to do some stash shopping to see what else will work.
If I can finish all four of these, that will bring the total number of finishes for 2019 to seven, which would be a tie with the most finishes I've had in one year. (Seven finishes happened in 2010, 2011 and 2017, that seems to be my max capacity).
Linking up the 2019 Finish Along via That's Sew Julie. Good luck to everyone on reaching their 4th quarter and 2019 quilty goals.