Sunday, September 25, 2022

September Goal Complete

My September One Monthly Goal is complete, at least as complete as I can get it right now.

Jeff finished quilting the Aged Elegance Quilt for his Aunt and I got it bound the following day.

I also quilted up a couple of the Broken Bricks quilts to send to California for gifts.
This one is not really up to my standard. I've been
calling it the ugliest quilt I've ever made. LOL
Likely, this one will get donated to Comfort Quilts.
It was rather improved once I finished the quilting.
I also finished quilting up the Graceful Moments scrappy lap quilt.
The last quilt that I'd hoped to finish in September, the medallion quilt made with Deco Elegance fabric, is going to be delayed for a couple of months. One of my favorite pantograph designers, Donna Kleinke from One Song Needle Arts, said she would work more on her Art Deco pantographs so I am going to set the quilt aside and wait to see what she releases in the next couple of months.

Jeff will be heading to California to visit in a couple of weeks so I still have a bit more time to finish quilting a couple more of my scrappy quilts. 

I'm linking up with Elm Street Quilts. Drop by if you'd like to see what everyone else has been working on.


  1. Hi Sharon, congrats on your finishes. I'm sure that someone will love your "ugly" quilt, especially with the great quilting. I really love your Graceful Moments quilt. It's stunning!

  2. What beautiful quilts, all, even if you don't think the one is up to snuff! Someone will love it.

    1. Thanks Chris. I am planning to donate it to our local quilt guild's Comfort Quilts program and hopefully it will find someone who will appreciate it.