Wednesday, February 6, 2013

W.i.P Wednesday: I Never Finish Anyth...

Where did January go?  I didn't get anything accomplished!  The January Just 3 plan was to:

1.  Finally finish my Victory Garden quilt...  I pieced the back, basted it, and did stitch in the ditch around the major lines of the 12 flags but I still need to do the FMQ in the sashing and then get it bound.

2.  Make something for the BMQG Madrona Road challenge...  Still obsessing over this stack of fabrics and I don't even have an idea:-(  Technically I have until the BMQG meeting on the 16th but I was hoping to get it done sooner.  It gets harder as I see what an amazing job everyone else has done with it!

3.  Quilt my Hexie Blob...  I did start on this but I haven't gotten very far.

So the plan for February...  finish the plan for January:-)

traceyjay quilts
Trying to stay on track with the fabulous Just Three by traceyjay quilts.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced
And hanging out with the crafty gang at Lee's wonderful W.i.P. Wednesday:-)


  1. I love how you're quilting you hexi blob mini. That's going to be so cute once it's finished.

  2. Good luck on everything. I know how you feel about not accomplishing anything. It was the same for me last month.

  3. HA! I totally understand. I like your February plan!

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  5. (Original comment deleted due to massive grammar fail.) I like the way you're quilting your hexagon thingy. It looks so nice it almost makes me want to try hand quilting.

  6. I love the backing you chose for your victory garden and your quilting is magnificent! Congratulations on the finish!

  7. Your victory garden quilting is looking amazing.
    I am totally obsessed with Madrona Road fabrics.

    Your had quilting is looking awesome. Would like to learn that sometime.
    What kind of thread do you use for hand quilting?

  8. It looks like despite not FINISHING anything, you still made quite a bit of progress! Your February will surely be full of great finishes, and the more I sew the more I realize it's more about process than about finishing :)