I have a large number of things I would like to do in 2015.
The first quilt I actually finished for the year was actually one that was in the stack from my last post. I just needed to finish stitching down the binding. It is a Bear Mountain Log Cabin. The pieces are small and I completed the top years ago, I think six, but just got it quilted this fall. I have given this to my best friend. Along with three quilts for her grand kids.
I have created a list of 12 UFO's for the year and will follow http://www.52quilts.com/ plan.
For the month of January that is #2. That is an old one. I do not even remember when the fabric was purchased. It is a lap quilt made of flannel. Snowball and 9 patch. I have the top made and made the back. It has now gone off to my daughter the quilter.
I am currently attempting to work on cleaning up my sewing space. Before Christmas I worked feverishly getting 15 quilts completed between October and December. That did not allow for clean up between projects. I need to get organized now and clean up the mess.
I spend one of my weekends this month teaching a young woman that I work with how to piece a baby quilt. We kept it simple. A panel with a couple of boarders. My daughter has quilted it for her now she will need to come back and learn how to put the binding on.
Because my daughter does so much of my quilting for me I often put boarders on her quilts and make quilt backs for her. I did get two backs made for quilts for her this month.
I am now working on a baby quilt for one of my co-workers. His wife is expecting a little boy in March so I had to get busy if I want to have it done before the baby is born. Because he and his family are from India I keep rejecting fabric as something that might not translate culturally.
I have a long list of projects that I would like to get completed this year. Many so close to being done it is sad that they have sat so long. I am making progress slowly.