Monday, 8 April 2013

there may be finishes

at least I hope so! I'm linking up to the second quarter of the 2013 Finish-a-Long at she can quilt.

First up the May quilt - that isn't actually it's name but it's a secret project I've been working on - thus I can't show you any actual pictures but this top has been finished and quilted, I just have the epic task of sewing binding on a king size quilt!


Next the DP quilt I'm making for Cindy, using fabulous fabrics from Fluffy Sheep Quilting - I am sorting the blocks into a pattern then will decide about whether it will have a border or not. 


Then a rollover from the last 2 FALs: the Braid quilt, this has no 'purpose' though I may (so tentative about this!) have a little stall at a PTA sale for my son's school in the summer so it might end up there! I have sewn the braids into rows and decided not to add a border, just needs quilting and binding now:


This one is also a rollover and might be a push but I hope to at least get back to making blocks because so far it looks so pretty!! This is the How Far Will You Go? QAL


And if I'm really pushing it I might even try to get my AMH feather quilt done with all my lovely bee blocks - I'm just waiting for a couple more to arrive and then I can start piecing them together :)


I have a bunch of other projects that I want to get done but haven't even made a start on them - there's so much inspiration everywhere that I am always adding to the things I'd like to do. That might be a list for another time!

Join in and see what you can finish!

she can quilt


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23 comments:

  1. Loads of lovelies! Good luck with the kingsize binding... sore fingers!

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  2. Everything looks so lovely

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  3. Ooh such lovely projects, can't wait to see them :-)

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  4. The feather quilt will be amazeballs when its done! Can't wait to see!

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  5. I love the look of the feathers, good luck for this quarter!

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  6. Oh great list Lucy! Looking forward to seeing them all!

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  7. Wow, those feathers look very, very interesting. Hope you get far on that one!

    I too have carryovers and a mystery project. Let's hope this quareter is a productive one!

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  8. You can do it :) Looking forward to seeing them when you're done

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  9. great projects Lucy - they will all be amazing finishes

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  10. Ooh, lots of lovely projects here. Especially looking forward to seeing the feathers put together. Di x

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  11. Good luck with your list! I love the feathers, they are very striking!

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  12. So many cool projects! Have fun with the King Size binding, one stitch at a time... I love your colourful braid and those feathers are going to make the best quilt!!

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  13. wow, it's a long list but a list full of brilliant projects.

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  14. Good luck! And I sympathise on #1, I did that tonight o.O

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  15. Great list and can't wait to see those feathers all together!
    I don't envy you the task of that binding!

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  16. Good luck on your endeavors! Looks like you have lots of lovelies to work on in the next few months.

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  17. Love your list Lucy - the How Far Will You Go quilt is stunning!

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  18. I love the feathers, i really must have a go at making one. Good luck with your projects. :o)

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  19. Gorgeous I hope you get some done as I love all of these. Let me know if you get the braids done for the PTA table, I'd like to put in a telephone bid so you can't take it there because I want it! It is so colourful and cheerful, I love it.

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  20. I love the colours in your braid quilt - I also need to think about sewing binding onto a king size - I may wimp out and use the machine!

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