Immediate project to finish is a flannel quilt for my first great grandchild--biological that is! Can you tell that she is a girl! This is Leighann Rose's quilt. It's basted and partially quilted (as seen on the right side of the picture. On the left side, you can see a small matching baby doll (or cuddle) quilt that I made from the remaining scraps. Finishing the big quilt, hopefully, this weekend.
This lap quilt top is finished but not basted. I have the sandwich materials ready to go, as you can see on the left. I call it floating squares. The square centers are a nine patch of less than 1.5 inch squares! I save scraps--any small piece that is 2" or slightly less goes into a baggie designated for this purpose. I hope to quilt this one next!
This quilt top, called '13 going on 30' (the name of one of the prominent fabrics in the quilt) is not finished due to a problem. Ever had a problem with a quilt top? I hope to resolve the issue and get it to the finished pile!
Then there is this one that I love:
Not the greatest picture, but my first hand appliqued project. Pretty ambitious for me! Not basted yet. Haven't chosen a backing fabric. And, then, let's not forget my embroidery project, when you talk about ambitiousness!
I am attempting to embroider a foggy landscape which involves monochromatic threads and a lot of thinking on my part! Wish me luck!
Oh . . . interruption! A box just arrived, let's see what is in it:
You guessed it! Quilt fabrics and thread! I will blog about what I have planned for this set in another post!
What do ya think? Got any UFO's at your house?