Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Three Finished Quilts this Quarter! Q1 FAL 2016

Marrakesh Overnighter, pattern in The Better Bag Maker

I was able to complete three of the seven quilts from my Quarter One Goal List for the 2016 Q1 Finish Along!
2016 FAL

It is a challenge for me to select from my pile of UFO's, just what I want to place priority on! The FAL linkup is really good for me in that respect, and I will be thinking carefully over the next few days, about my Q2 list!
The best part of the linkup though, is the huge show of QUILTY FINISHES!

15 comments:

  1. It's good to see your projects again. I love the quilt you made for your mom -- blue and yellow is so pretty.

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  2. Congratulations on your finishes! Really lovely.

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  3. Yay for such terrific finishes! Thank you so much for participating in the Finish-A-Long, on behalf of the 2016 hosts! Next quarter, link them up separately for more chances at the prizes! ;-)

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  4. Well done on your finishes!!

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  5. Great work getting your finishes done! Those circles are working their way into my future.

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  6. Congrats on your finishes. I just love your Primarily Circles quilt. It's just so darling!

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  7. Wonderful finishes! I seem to be starting more than I finish but hope to set some goals for Quarter 2.

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  8. I love all your finishes, I really couldn't pick just one . But if I had to, it would be the circles

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  9. Beautiful finishes! Good luck with your 2nd quarter goals.

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  10. i love that feeling of finishing. The blue and yellow quilt is lovely. is it from a commercial pattern? i am working at making yellow and blue quilts for all my bedrooms. that combination always looks so fresh to me.

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  11. Congrats on all of your finishes. I love all three of these.

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  12. Three completed for your Finish Along goals is great Heidi. Each one is a beautiful finish too!

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  13. Wow, all beautiful projects, and even better now that they are finished! I read through your post re the bag making experience and found it very interesting. I do admit to struggling to get a professional finish on bags and tend to avoid making them (to avoid disappointment), although I don't seem to have a problem with buying bag making books or patterns :o)

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