8 cammo caps, 1 purple cap, 1 multi colored cap
3 Odessa shawls
Dangling Conversation Scarf
No pictures: Binding on 5 quilts, 3 pillowcase dresses
Disappearing nine-patch baby quilt (for Norma’s great grandson expected in February)
Bionic Bags (3)
Dangling Conversation shawl
Socks for me
Batik HST YOT
Knitting needle roll
Five HST tabletoppers
Karyl’s Krazy Quilt
Knitted jumper/cap & crocheted afghan
2 Chevron quilt tops for AQWL
Zen My Ass
1/2″ hexi pouch
3 Mini wallets
AQWL finished quilt
New York Beauty
Baby Tumbling Blocks
Retro Anna Williams-inspired quilt
3 pin cushions
Two wide-mouth pouches
3 jaja bottoms
3 giving blocks
Crochet fingerless gloves
Big Ass Quilt
Les Miserables’ knitted scarf – love this scarf. Can’t wait to wear it.
Winter socks/slippers – my first pair! Color me proud.
Thimbleberries-esc quilt top – original blocks made by my small quilt group. This is next in line for FMQing – once JaniJanome comes back from the spa.
string quilt – not my best FMQing work but someone will enjoy cuddling up with it I’m sure.
Christmas Angels Wallhanging – this was a kit designed by Mom and given to me many, many years ago for Christmas. I machine buttonholed the angels, micro-stippled around them. Straight line quilted the stars, did a little feather action in the black area around the star and then a paisley in the border. Love it. Thanks mom!
First finish of the year is this small wallhanging:
Second finish is Mr. W’s Grandmother’s Choice quilt (it even has a label on it!):
3rd finish: Blue & Yellow Giving Quilt. This year the charity organization that I’ve chosen to support is AQWL (Aussie Quilts with Love). The members make 10 inch blocks of a given theme. Others help out with piecing the blocks together or doing the quilting. The quilts are then hand delivered to the children at Westmead Children’s Hospital. A pattern is posted each month for members to complete in bright or children’s fabric.
4th finish: Chevron Giving Quilt top. The chevron block was our block for January – using brights. I don’t have a large supply of brights but I had enough to make one top and then a few extra blocks. They’ll be sent in to Jenny for someone else to quilt as I don’t have any backing fabric that will work.
Fifth finish: Robyn’s scraps. It was left over pieces from a quilt Robyn had made that ended up in the boxes of scraps she gave me when she moved. I just randomly pieced the blocks and rows together and used it for FMQ practice – using scraps for the back also. This is on the way to the AQWL organization also.