Monday, March 6, 2017

March 2017 Quilting Goals

I posted a list of quilting goals at the beginning of February, but it ended up being a very disappointing month as far as meeting those goals. Too much time was spent being sick, followed by trying to catch up at work. The only goals I completed were making the Scrappy Trips blocks for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge (see them HERE) and making more blocks for the Meadow Mystery quilt.

Maybe March will be a more successful month...



1. My One Monthly Goal is to finish up the third Star Cluster baby quilt. The center of the quilt is done, it just needs the borders finished, then quilting and binding. Baby is due around the end of March or early April, so this is definitely my #1 goal.


Star Cluster baby quilt

2. My attempts for Judy's UFO challenge haven't been very successful yet, but I'm still hopeful. She pulled #5 this month. For my piecing list, that means adding borders plus piecing a backing for this Maple Stars top.


Maple Stars, 47" x 62"

3. The #5 project from my second list on Judy's UFO Challenge is to quilt and bind this little Stack & Whack quilt top, a former class sample from 1999.

Stack & Whack Spinners, 45" x 53"
4.  Rainbow Scrap Challenge--make a set of red Scrappy Trips blocks. Also figure out another pattern to make using the pile of 3" red strips, maybe a Quilt of Valor?

5.  Meadow Mystery--join all blocks together into finished quilt top.

That's the plan for the month ahead. I will report back at the beginning of April with a progress report and a new set of goals for the next month. I am joining the One Monthly Goal link-up for March at Elm Street Quilts and Design Wall Monday at Patchwork Times.

Julie in GA

7 comments:

  1. nice goals -wishing you good luck

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  2. I love the star cluster baby quilt, well actually I love them all. Life sometimes just gets in the way, good luck this month with the goals.

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  3. You have a lot of goals to work on in March. I hope you stay healthy so you have a good chance of finishing them. I like your stack n whack spinners. Good luck in March.

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  4. Great quilt! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project!

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  5. The baby quilt is so fun, love the dramatic colors in it. Good luck with all your goals for March. Hopefully the worst of the cold, flu, illness season is behind all of us.

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