Skip to main content

2019 Finish Along | Quarter 1 Projects


this year i feel more motivated than ever, to just finish projects. i think it has something to do with watching Tidying Up on Netflix. i want my sewing space mostly tidy and when i have unfinished projects they tend to clutter up my space. so this is the year of finishing projects!!!!

here is my list of proposed projects to finish during the first quarter:

Lizzy House Snail Quilt

Rainbow Boxed In Quilt

Bonnie and Camille Churn Dash Quilt

3 quilts in 3 months, i think that is a good goal to strive for. i'm tired of this just sitting in my WiP pile, it is time to finish them off!


Comments

  1. Those are some pretty cute snails and churn dashes!

    ReplyDelete
  2. You will feel better as that pile goes down - ask me how I know. At least a project for every year I have been quilting (and the ones I skipped). Down to about a dozen - and then there are the things I want to do and have fabric for but that is good progess for me and hope you have the same result.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Your snail quilt is ADORABLE! I know how you feel about the WIPS cluttering our spaces...it's not just physical space for me, but also mental space. I have a hard time with them. I chose just two projects for my FAL. I just know myself, and it will take me a long time to get those done. Happy sewing!

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

2017 New Quilt Blogger Blog Hop

for the last several weeks i have been participating in the 2017 New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop, hosted by Yvonne ( Quilting Jet Girl ), Beth ( Cooking Up Quilts ), and Leanne ( She Can Quilt ). while i have been blogging for a little while, this blog hop has been great to hone my blogging skills and meet other quilt bloggers. i have been crafty most of my life, i even learned to sew when i was younger. but it didn't really stick. after college i was living in Iowa and on a whim i bought a cheap sewing machine and began a back and forth with sewing. fast forward a few years, i got married and pulled that sewing machine out again and this time actually made a quilt top (that sat for at least 3 years before i quilted it). sewing again was pushed to the side as i was finishing my master's program and job hunting.  well after landing a job, moving, looking for a house. we found out we were expecting. though it was not to be and i miscarried in march 2011. during the next ye

2019 Quilters Meet & Greet

Benita of Victoriana Quilt Designs approached me if I wanted to participate in a Quilter's Meet and Greet. And since both kiddos are in school this year, I actually have a little more time to actually blog, so I figured this was a great time to join the fun. So here is a little more about me, my quilting journey, and life in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! Hi! I'm Jess Pugh and I grew up in Ludington, Michigan, famous for the Lake Michigan Carferry the S.S. Badger . Went to Michigan State University for my undergrad in botany and later my Master's at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee for my MLIS. I was set up with my husband on a blind date, and were married 6 months later. In January 2020 we will be celebrating 12 years of marriage! This by far was one of the craziest things I've done! A Block this is a Pineapple Mini, pattern designed by me I have two girls, Nora and Enna. Nora is a 1st grader this year and Enna started preschool. Plus we also have o

Buffalo Plaid Quilt : A Finished Quilt

my last big Christmas gift is done! this year i wanted to make my BIL and SIL quilts, as i've made quilts for the kiddos, i figured it was their turn for a quilt. well i needed one more masculine quilt and i've always wanted to make a buffalo plaid quilt so this was perfect! at first i was not looking forward to making this one, with all of the cutting and putting the small squares together. but after some thinking i decided i would strip piece and streamline the process. i was able to piece the top together in one day as opposed to multiple days if i would have cut individual squares. i love this quilt, of course i now want to make one for myself, but that will be for another time. Quilt Stats Pattern: designed by me, inspired by buffalo plaid scarves and quilts Dimensions: 61.5 inches x 74.5 inches Quilting: Straight line echo Fabric: Moda Bella solids, Black, Gray, Bleached White, and Marigold for the binding Happy Sewing!