Friday, July 7, 2017

One Monthly Goal and Finish Along Q3 Goals

It's time to get back on track and get some projects finished.

My July One Monthly Goal is to piece and quilt my Postcard from Sweden -- I fell behind in the QAL hosted by Myra @ Busy Hands Quilts back in March.  I got all the HSTs made, but I need to piece them together.





I missed Q2 for Finish Along 2017.  My Finish Along 2017 Q3 Goals are:

Postcard from Sweden - see above

Kona Strips Quilt - I started this project back in March, but then I forgot all about it.  Oops.  My goal is to finish piecing and then quilt it.



Isla Top - I'm going to make another Isla top using the fabric below.  I love the first one I made.



Washi Dress - Now that I have the confidence from having made the Isla top, I'm finally going to make my Washi dress.  I bought some teal fabric (the colour didn't come through well in the photo below).






I'm hoping that these goals will get me back on track and sewing on a regular basis.  Good bye crazy busy spring!!



15 comments:

  1. your postcard from Sweden is a lovely quilt so colourful, admire all plain fabric quilts but would never dare make one, best of lick completing these challenges

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  2. Love the Postcard from Sweden quilt. Its on my todo list. The Kona Strips also look very inspiring. Happy sewing in the next quarter! xo Melanie
    www.mell-meyer.de

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  3. This is a good list Anja!! I love the Postcard from Sweden quilt so far and can't wait to see it finished! :-)

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  4. Love the postcard from Sweden quilt. Amazing! Good luck with your list Anja.

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  5. I hope that you get back on track as well. Maybe we can get back on track together. I love your two quilts on the list. They are so colourful.

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  6. Gorgeous with all those colors. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.

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  7. Ooooh good luck! You simply must finish that Postcard quilt!!! Do you use the web method for sewing the rows together and keeping them in order? It could be a lifesaver with this one! Have fun!

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  8. Good luck with your list. Love the postcards from Sweden and the Kona strips looks interesting.

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  9. Get back on track??? Whatever do you mean? As far as I can see you have been busy churning out fabulous finishes on a regular basis. I am sure your next finish will be fabulous too.

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  10. Of course I adore your solids projects! Both of them are looking fabulous. And I am so glad to hear you have boosted your confidence level making that adorable top. I can't wait to see your next garment makes!

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  11. Pretty ambitious goals! I'm just swooning over your Postcards from Sweden! Love those solid HSTs in bright colors. I'm looking forward to seeing your Washi dress, the most ambitious project of all! I haven't made garments in years and years. Do you have a serger?

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  12. That's a lofty goal but if anyone can do it, you can.

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  13. Your quilt is so stunning! Those fabrics are just so gorgeous!

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  14. Good Luck with your goals Anja. Your postcard quilt is looking great, you have all the hard work done making all those HSTs. I have looked at the Washi dress several times, it always looks so smart but comfortable, I'm cheering you on.

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  15. Good luck with your list. Love the postcards from Sweden and the Kona strips looks interesting.


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