I was so wrapped up in that show in the beginning of October that I totally forgot to do a UFO post for September. That's great for me right now because with 2 months of activity it might appear like I've actually done something!
The most recent something was finishing the cat postcards. I posted about the one of the left last week and that one is a true "one of a kind" because making one was more than enough. I had to come up with a better use for that cat ribbon and I think I accomplished something that was a lot more fun to make and a a lot better design. I found a cat paw stamp in my stash, Estelle loaned me the cat stencil, I had letter stamps that I had never used before and there was a random pink polka dot ribbon in my stash to finish it off. I'm quite please and had enough ribbon to make 8 of these.
Also in the last 2 months I made a couple dozen fabric flowers and Maine-themed potholders and postcards. To wrap things up, late last night I quilted 2 veterans quilts. I'll have photos of them to share tomorrow. Given my total focus on the show, I'm overall happy with what I accomplished but I am overjoyed to be back into mu old routine.
My goals for November are:
- bind Antelope Canyon
- make 80 Christmas postcards
- resume quilting Lost My Marbles (Spirograph blocks)
- finish the Indonesian Batik quilt top
Here are my current stats:
Starting UFO 15
Finished YTD 3 (Goal 12)
Started YTD 6 (Planned 6)
Ending UFO 18 (Goal 9)
Veterans YTD 18 (Goal 40)
Fabric Postcards 66
Pet Beds 2
Placemats - 10
Chair cushions/pillows - 3
Potholders - 3
Big Fabric Flowers
Quilted for others - 2
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.