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2016 Q2 Proposed Finishes

I finished quite a few projects last quarter, but none on my Finish A Long List. So this time around I am determined to actually finish what I put on this list.

First up, I would like to start and finish a new quilt for Enna. I am going to be using the Wiggling block from Modern One Block Quilts by Natalie Bonner. I have all of the fabric, including the backing and binding so now it is just time to start sewing.
**Update** Finished June 2016

Next up, I am going to be finishing my Alison Glass Charm Pack Cherry Quilt. I have the backing and binding ready, now just to gather up enough batting and I will be ready to tackle this one.
**Update** Finished April 2016

And finally, I need a new bag. So I will be making an Ella Bucket Bag by SOTAK Handmade

This seems like it should be a manageable list, so hopefully I am a bit more successful this quarter with my finishes!

Happy Sewing!

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  1. Such yummy fabric choices! And lovely fabrics for the Sotak pattern, her bag patterns are always awesome. :) Good luck with your goals this quarter!

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  2. That sounds doable! So sending luck and motivation your way... I am just starting on an Alison Glas quilt myself...

    That corsage fabric is gorgeous, would you be willing to trade some "scraps"?
    www.mell-meyer.de

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