I have the pattern and fabric picked out.
But I really really feel like I need to tackle the growing pile of AFs . Unlike a UFO, an AF is an almost finished. Like a quilted top that needs binding. Or, in my case, several (little) tops that need quilting. So, before I embark on an epic quilt quest, I'm going to finish up a bunch of stuff this week. It's a good week to stay home and quilt. Harvey's at work. Katie's at work. Kyle is on tour. And this little guy just joined our family.
Chase is about 1 1/2 years old. He's sweet as can be. And that's about all we know about him.
Chase and I are going to blog about our progress this week. Seven projects in seven days, with a little bit of house training thrown in. (We're dog newbies, so if you have any great tips, please share!)
This needs quilting and binding. And it needs to be done by Friday, so I can write a guest post for my friend Tammie on Sunday. (btw, Tammie is hosting her Sew Full of Summer week, with guest bloggers and great giveaways all week!)
Project 2: Reunion Table Runner
Just binding for this one. And maybe a pedicure as well.
Project 3: Modern Sampler
This is a sample for a class I'm helping teach at Seminole Sampler in Catonsville, MD on August 25th. This one also needs quilting and binding. If you're in the Baltimore area, come join our Modern Sampler Workshop!
Project 4: Round Robin
This is from the Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild's first Round Robin. The greens match the quilt cave beautifully, so I'd like to get it displayed. Again, quilting and binding on this one.
Project 5: Stripped Tumblers
This one I started back in November. A bunch of strip pieced tumblers. They've been sashed. Still need to add one more border, then Q & B.
I've been collecting these for over a year. I have 30 total. I'd be happy to get these pieced into a top.
Project 7: Primitive Wonky Log Cabins
Remember these? Eleven done. Nine to go. Some of you suggested a Quilt of Valor. Yes, I think so. My goal is to get these into a top as well by the end of the week.
So there you have it! Seven projects. Seven Days. Chase and I will report back tomorrow!