One Monthly Goal (OMG) January Goals Completed

I am so happy to have finished the following projects that I had schedule for January for OMG!

Circa 2016  – Modified version of the quilt – quilted and binding completed.
Miniature  Jane Quilt – quilted and binding completed
Pat Sloan’s Sewing Machine Pattern  – quilted and binding completed









Christmas place mats for Doug and Jean – quilted, binding completed, and mailed.











Block 6 of A Bountiful Life










I joined the Ocean Waves Quilt A Long (QAL) only to decide that Ocean Waves is not a quilt that I want to continue with so I made a little quilt out of the one “practice” block I made.

My Ocean Waves Quilt – Miniature










I also wanted to participate in RSC 2017 this year.  I have started with purple 4 Patches.  I will continue with this project in February, and make a decision by March if I continue on.  I may find another pattern that  I really like and start over.  Time will tell.

January Purple Blocks for RSC 2017










Last but not least, Oh Glory quilt.  It now loaded on the long arm ready to be quilted!  My goal is to have it completed by Tuesday 31 Jan.

Oh Glory Quilt – Embroidered Stars – Ready for Quilting











Have a great day and enjoy quilting!

24 Replies to “One Monthly Goal (OMG) January Goals Completed”

    1. Love appliqueing with Batiks. They are so much easier because the do not fray! I really did ignore this project for 4 months – getting 4 more blocks ready to work on, just need to select the fabrics!


  1. Isn’t it great to sit back and take a deep breath when projects are completed. I really like all the quilts you do. I am into the freedom mode so I do like the Flag.


    1. Thx Nancy – I hope to finish Oh Glory and today I am selecting fabric for A Bountiful Life and searching for some background fabric I want to make the Quiltmania Mystery for 2017. No on-line QALs.


  2. Thank you on the Applique. Just not sure what to do with the 4 patches as of yet, so am now making 3 purple blocks from a pattern called Good Night, Irene that I just found this AM. Trying to finish before its’ too late! LOL


    1. Thank you Ariane, I had to modify Circa 2016, it gave me a lot of issues when I put the entire quilt together. I used the center medallion to make the small quilt, and passed the remainder of the blocks to another quilter.


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