1. Mom’s quilt (not pictured; just a pile of fabrics!), Cowboy Boots friendship quilt with each boot made by a different quilting friend. I embroidered the maker’s name on each block.
2. Charming Log Cabin in pinks (pattern by Threaded Pear, Afternoon Delights Series). I made my first Charming Log Cabin some years ago and loved it, then gave it to SIL Grace. Have had this fabric set aside to make one for me ever since. This is the year!
3. Quilt and complete Rob’s queen-sized quilt (partially shown below), quilt & bind Lucky Stars by Terry Atkinson (lap size) in Alaska fabrics (not pictured)
4. Kaleidoscope # 1 (huge quilt, small portion shown below. Created from the book by Sara Nephew: Serendipity Quilts. I’m going to LOVE this one. I think it’s going to our church’s big party this year for their auction. Either this one or #7.
5. Quilt Baby Hannah’s “Bee” quilt (Terry Atkinson’s Yellow Brick Road); quilt and bind 1910 repro.
6. Minnesota Bear Paws (this was a quilt-along with Judy Laquidara quite a while ago (variation made to the border(s). I made it out of Minnesota fabrics. 7′ pine tree (pattern by Sandi Irish). A small part of the tree is done.
7. Kaleidoscope #2 (same pattern as Kaleidoscope #1 above, different colors)
8. Cranes kaleidoscope (nothing to show — it’s triangles in a box. In fact, maybe it’s a One-Block Wonder…not sure til I look!) One thing is for sure: those cranes aren’t getting any younger.
9. Quilt roses wall hanging (soooo old…early quilting skills…what more can I say?) Flannel lap quilt (Yellow Brick Road pattern in “manly” colors), pieced and quilted. No photos yet.
10. One-block wonder (doing a different setting due to poor fabric choice on my part. New setting being created from Pdudgeon’s suggestion. Thanks, Pam!)
11. Piece/quilt/bind Irish Jewels, an original interpretation of a traditional block. I have one whole block done, so I have a ways to go!
12. Christmas roses kaleidoscope (waaaay old; missing some fabric, so will be a REAL challenge). No picture yet.
That’s it! Almost half of these are completed tops and just need quilting and binding, so I think it’s an achievable goal. On paper, any way. I’ve added this list as a tab at the top of this page so feel free to check my progress.