Wednesday, January 15, 2014

First Quarter Goals for Finish Along 2014

January is seriously a time to take stock of many aspects of my life. So what better way to do this than participate in another challenge that will help me organize my time and energy!

With the help of Katy from The Littlest Thistle, I'm going to outline the projects which I want to complete by the end of March.  I'm really trying to be realistic here, but I suspect I am biting off more than I can chew. Oh, well. Such is my life!

1.  Round and Round Quilt

First Block Completed - Six More To Go!

2. Quilt and bind my Christmas Tree Quilt
I've been waiting and waiting to get this quilted. If I do it now, it will be ready for next Christmas!

3. Scrappy Bar Quilt

Somewhere in the midst of this stash is the beginnings of a Scrappy Bar Quilt!

4. Chevron Quilt

These fabrics are just for me! It will be a cozy chevron quilt before you know it!

If, or rather, when I finish these, I will feel quite accomplished! Because I have a slew of other projects waiting in the wings for me.  It seems that fabric calls my name and I probably have enough to last my lifetime. A good problem to have, I do believe :)

If you'd like to set some goals for your Finishes, now is the time to Link Up with Katy over at Finish Along 2014.  You have just until January 17 to link up your goals. Join the fun!

Finish Along 2014

And remember to quilt with a smile!
Linking up to Needle and Thread Thursday


  1. You can do it Barb! You are sure tempting me with all that stash! I just want to reach in and start stacking up ideas for your bar quilt! I have easily put together about half a dozen ideas for you!

    Have fun sewing!

  2. Looks totally do-able, good luck :o)

  3. Your stash is incredible! And the first block have amazing colors. ;)

  4. Oh my goodness! That block is just stunning! Good luck with all of your goals. I am apprehensive about the ones I set too, but I'm hopeful.

  5. The first block looks great!! Hey....your stashes look just like mine.....fabric everywhere. :)

  6. Oh I love that first block! Good luck with your goals. :-)

  7. You have so many great projects going on! The round and round quilt looks time consuming, but I'm sure it will be worth it! That block looks great!

    Thanks so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

  8. Oh you have such fun and lovely taste in fabrics. I really enjoy seeing samples of the round and round blocks and that Christmas quilt is so pretty. I haven't seen one like this before.


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