Q4 in the Finish a long (2018)

I made a lot of items this past quarter, just not on my list! I want to participate in the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt starting late November, so I know I won’t get much else done during those weeks. So I might as well be somewhat realistic.

Priority 1, Spooky Jack. Basted, needs quilting. Would like to actually get this done by Halloween.
completed top full 

Priority 2, glamp stitchalot quilt. Started in 2015, I made quite a lot of progress this last month. I need to finish the turquoise border by adding cornerstones, and the next round is almost ready to go on. Then the final border will be one fabric with a couple of inserts, including a label/selvedge block, so it should be fast too.

Priority 3, let’s make it an easy one, this improv panel into a pillow cover.
improv pieced panel

Priority 4, pink tunic

Why not add in On Ringo Lake, last year’s mystery, need to finish piecing and then quilt it. One think I’ve learned is that these quilts are so busy that a simple all over quilting is all that is needed, so at least that part goes fast.

On Ringo Lake piecing

Ok that’s it.

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4 comments

  1. That still sounds like a very ambitious list! I’m really looking forward to seeing the glamp stitchalot finish.

    1. Well, it could have been worse. Now just to find the time!

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  2. Dawn Kelly · · Reply

    Great projects! Can’t wait to see what you accomplish this quarter

    1. Thank you for the vote of confidence 🙂

      On Fri, Oct 12, 2018 at 12:27 PM Lisa in Port Hope wrote:

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