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2019 Finish Along | Quarter 3 Projects


Man oh man, that second quarter was way busy than I expected! I did not get to hardly anything on my list, just one quilt finished. This quarter is going to be busy as well with the end of summer and the start of school right around the corner, yikes!

So here is my Q3 list, a bit ambitious but a couple of them are almost to the finish line!


My Tula Pink 100 Modern blocks quilt top. I actually have this one basted and have started hand quilting, so I am already making some progress!


Enna's Sunshine Quilt is ready for quilting. Just need to grab some batting and get to work!


My UP Pixel Quilt. I found the perfect backing and now to get this to the finish line!


And finally my Modern Maples quilt. I know I will actually finish this one, since I'm on a deadline with this one!

Here's to hoping for a productive quarter!

Happy Stitching!

Comments

  1. Good luck on your goals. Last quarter was 7/10. Hope to do better this quarter, but there are quite a few big projects so we will see. Happy July to you!

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  2. I hope you have a very productive summer. I know it's hard to get much done in the summer but these are all such awesome projects .

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  3. Those are ALL great projects. Hope you find time for some sewing and can enjoy it! xo Melanie

    www.mellmeyer.de

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  4. Lovely projects! Last quarter was so busy for me too...the year is going by so quickly. I’m sure you’ll get a few of them done! xx

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  5. I like that UP quilt. I need to do one for us trolls. 😁

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  6. These are great! I love the colorful blocks in the first project and the scrappy neutral backgrounds in the other three. Thank you for participating in the FAL, on behalf of the 2019 global FAL hosts.

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