A FLYING START
This year I'm taking part in Scrap Attack and drawing a project to work on each month. My 12 projects are all UFOs to be finished. Here's my pot and the January pick.
My Geese Migration flimsy is up for completion by the end of the month, a flying start for 2018.
Before I get to that I need to finish my Waterfront Neighborhood project. I'm piecing three rows of houses and trees, plus two rows of sailboats. The houses are from a Rainbow Scrap Challenge, not sure which year, and the boats are a couple of years old. The little trees were the most difficult to piece and were made to extend the rows to 40 inches.
Row quilts are one of my favorite Project Linus quilts. I usually make them about 45x60. Then I back each with a colorful fleece blanket which can be found for about 3-5 dollars on sale. For Christmas my daughter surprised me with six more of them.
We are still frozen solid for the third week now, as so many of you are. If it warms up enough we could get some snow. At least it's not as bad as the high tide of slush in Boston. I pray that all of you dear quilter friends will have a blessed and Happy New Year. Go LIGHT BLUE!
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