Some of This, Some of That

De-stashed about a 1/4 yard with leaders and enders and hexagons.  Then another 1/2 yard used for the baby quilt in process. So my last stash report for 2016 is 56.38 yards used - more than half of my 100 yard goal for the year.  Let's see what I do in 2017.  I want to do better.

It's Jan 1st and Judy has pulled the first number in our UFO challenge.  It's #3.  

  Make more blocks of Anna's Garden by Lori Smith
Here are the six I have done.  I'm using the freezer paper and starch method and hand appliqueing them. In total, Anna's Garden has 25 appliqued blocks and 4 pieced ones.  With how busy my months are, I'll be happy to  add one to these. We'll see.  I'll post my progress below at the end of the month.  You can see the first list here.  The other five will be added soon for a total of 17 (for the 17 for 2017 - see sidebar).

For this Slow Sunday Stitching, I'm continuing with my curved hexagons.  Have the last 5 for this round prepped.  Just need to sit down and start stitching.  Hope you have some time to stitch today. Happy New Year.

Comments

LOVELY blocks. I have a Lori Smith pattern....Elizabeth's Pride and I do a block here and there....
Gretchen Weaver said…
The applique blocks are beautiful! Happy appliqueing.
Libby in TN said…
Your curved hexagons project is going to be gorgeous. Best wishes for the New Year!
margaret said…
the garden rpoject is beautiful, your stash is decreasing well too
Your Lori Smith blocks are very cute--have fun with your stitching!
Wonderful blocks Angie. You are a pro at all methods of quilting.
Karen said…
I like your Anna's Garden blocks. I am trying to remember if I have that pattern. Have several of Lori Smith's patterns.
desertskyquilts said…
Anna's Garden is beautiful! That's a great project to advance in January. I'm looking for the perfect applique project myself.
Quilter Kathy said…
Curved hexagons are sooo pretty... enjoy making more!