January/February Goals

Time to look at my goals again. This is what I had planned to do in January:

1. Finish the grad quilt top. Done!

2. Finish the puzzle quilt top. Done! But I can’t show this one until it is gifted.

3.  Start that top using my Quick Curve Ruler. Not done.

What else did I do?

I finished my Denyse Schmidt HST top.

I finished that blasted Shenandoah Stars top and will share that finish on a Friday.
I finished the Small Quilt Talk challenge Quilt.

And I made a mug rug.

Now to plan for February. I’m not sure how to even start! Daughter #2 should be home soon. My priority is to spend time with her before I head home sometime this month. I won’t buy my plane ticket until I see her at home! Too many things can change in the military! 

Here are a few things I would like to get done this month.

1. I want to finish the top I’m making from these blocks. It will be a Quilt of Valor.

2. I had two of these jelly rolls and I have a quick and easy idea for using up the rest of this in another Quilt of Valor. 

3. I plan to make a baby quilt top from these mini charm packs and some Kona gray.

After I get home, I want to quilt up a couple of the small tops I’ve made while I’ve been here in Arizona. I’ve missed my long arm, Harry. It is time for us to get reacquainted. 

Have a great day!

About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing kids, and a librarian. I have been making traditional quilts for ages but have ventured into art qulting in the last several years. I also love to knit socks and mittens and dye my own fabric. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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6 Responses to January/February Goals

  1. I’ve so enjoyed watching your quilting adventures even when you’re not home you keep ’em coming! Praying a safe journey home for your daughter. 🙂

  2. Terri Bertalan says:

    I cannot wait for you to post that your daughter has returned to US soil. God bless her and thank her for me when she does return home. I know what you’re feeling now, I’ve been there. Stay strong my dear!

  3. Louise says:

    Your achievements continue to amaze me…how do you do it?
    Enjoy your time with your daughter when it comes..

  4. Monique D (B-Maransart) says:

    Jolis patchworks mais j’aime particulièrement le “tapis de tasse” car les tons de rouges sont mes préférés.

  5. Sharon says:

    You are going to be busy on the longarm for sure when you get home! How many quilt tops have you made while in Arizona? Quite a few!

  6. Val W says:

    Love your longarm machine’s name. Harry. If I had one, I’d name it Dusty – like the rest of my sewing room!

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