Somehow it is January and I did not finish all the projects I'd hoped to before the end of the year. We had a last-minute unplanned project down in our basement and it took over my schedule. If you're interested, I blogged about it over at our house blog: Laurelhurst Craftsman.
Finally, today, I am back on to quilting tasks. I actually had a customer quilt dropped off in early December and the customer said she wouldn't be able to pick it up until January, so I just set it aside. Today, I finally got it on the long arm and finished quilting it. It is a pretty, very scrappy project.
I've also put together a backing for the yellow and light blue broken bricks quilt so I can put it on the long arm tomorrow.
For the rest of the week, I'm hoping to finish the purple-yellow broken bricks quilt for my friend Denise.
I need to decide if I'm going to try and participate in the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I totally failed at it last year. I think I will at least try and resume work on my stained glass blocks from two years ago. Since I left off last time on the color Green, and that is this month's color, it seems sort of like fate.
This is what I'm hoping the finished quilt will look like.
Finally, it would also be nice to finish the bindings on those quilts that I didn't finish in December. So I have lots to do this month.
Linking up with Tuesday ToDo.