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Welcome to my world where I try to figure out what I'm going to do next! These days, it is mostly quilting, but you never know what it might be... come find out with me!

Friday, February 5, 2010

First February Finish

It took a while, considering I had so little left to do on it, but the first of my little Gail Pan stitcheries is complete.  (See my earlier post here)  A February OPAM and a Christmas Projects 2010 finish!  I like it when I can double dip!
Christmas Wishes

I've been pulling out fabrics for my Quilting Gallery Winter mini quilt swap.  These are what I'm thinking of, final design still a little iffy...
Winter Mini Quilt
cool and icy enough for you?
I've also been busy working away on the Snowbound BOM from Bunny Hill, and am pleased to say that at this point, I'm ahead of the curve - yaaaayy!! (okay so we're only 1 month in, but I'll take my successes, however small!)  I decided that I would do this set in redwork, and on-point.  Here's my first block.
Snowbound block 1
(yeah, alright already, I haven't finished last year's BOM, A Tisket A Tasket, yet, but its time will come)
and I'm working away on my Bouquet BOM from Jenny of Elefantz.  Just about finished it as well, but no pictures yet, maybe tomorrow??
On the drawing board is my postcard swap for a March mailing.  Our theme this go round is a "Famous woman from our country".  I've got some ideas, no peaks yet - BUT I better get moving on it, too!  March 15 will be here before you know it!
Now to decide which of these will be What Comes Next!
Happy quilting!


Melissa ;-) said...

You are a busy beaver. I think those fabrics will be great for your winter quilt swap!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Your Gail Pan is just so lovely, will chalk up a finish for your..the fabrics you have selected for the quilt swap are really so very lovely....Peg OPAM 2010

Beth said...

Your winter fabrics do say cold and snowy ( in a good way). Your finished project is really cute. Good for you getting so much done.
Keep up the stitching. Beth

a good yarn said...

Take heart, I haven't finished Tisket Tasket either. Where did the year go? Your redwork snowman looks terrific. Great work! Ann :-)