Thought I would make my pending project list public!
when I am trawling online and find tutorials or patterns I often gawk and ooh and aah and think I have to make that, I have to try that, I have to put that on my list. Well this way, I thought I would save my list… So I don’t lose it, so I keep myself kind of accountable and just for fun!
Pending Quilting and Sewing Projects
High Flying Geese Quilt
the High Flying Geese quilt is on page 30 of this book by Pam and Nicky Lintott. I have not done a quilt with pieced triangles in it yet, and my mom’s jaw dropped open about the number of flying geese blocks in this quilt, but I really like the look of it and I have the perfect fabric to go with it.
A couple of years ago at the Adelaide Quilt and Craft Fair, my mum bought me a jelly roll (not technically, as jelly roll usually specifically refers to precut 2.5inch strip rolls from Moda Fabrics) and this was a 2.5inch strip collection from Amy Butler‘s fabric Range Daisy Chain. I will be referring to it as a Jelly Roll though. I have purchased border and backing fabric, which I am currently waiting on delivery for and will be using white as my background fabric.
I also just discovered an Amy Butler Flickr Group, to share projects made from Amy Butler products, so I will have a place to share my progress and quilt on Flickr!
Charming Stars Quilt
This project is available for free at Moda Bake Shop and has been designed by Stefanie from Little Lady Patchwork.
I love the colours and hope that the fabric range I am going to choose looks as good as this one does. I have chosen to use the Moda Fabric Range called Sugar Pop designed by Liz Scott
1800’s Vintage Quilt
This is another Moda Bake Shop Project. It is designed by Sheryl Johnson of Temecula Quilt Co. It is a doll size quilt and finishes at 20inches by 20inches. I think the design on it is what is traditionally called Irish bra
id? but I am not 100% sure about this. I have a charm pack in my stash from the Moda Fabric Range called Symphony Designed by Sentimental Studios, that I think will work well for this little Quilt.
I intend gifting it to my mum as a table topper. This one is a little daunting as the pieces look tiny, but it’s supposed to be deceptively simple 🙂 so I will give it a go!
Grocery Bag Dispenser
Clermont Farms Bag
Another Moda Bakeshop Project, This really caught my eye and I would like to give it a go. I have half a jelly roll from fabric I purchased at Spotlight on sale for next to nothing yay! and would like to use it for this project, so it won’t have the American feel that the red white and blue fabric lends as intended by the designer Glen Dragone , but I am sure I will love the version that emerges from the fabric I chose. So this bag project is also on my list!
I’m adding headers for the rest of my to do list and will update this post later:
Mon Ami Schnibble
as part of the ‘year of schnibbles’ hosted by Sherri at A Quilting Life and Sinta at Pink Pincushion I am also going to make (in January) a Mon Ami Quilt Top from the Pattern by Miss Rosies Quilt Co. I think this will help me with my sewing and also give me ideas from watching others work with the same pattern. I am very inspired by all the eye candy in the monthly parades on Sherri and Sinta’s blogs, from all who are participating in the quilt-a-long!
Mrs Perkins Giraffe Softie
Robot Softie for Sammy
More Owl Softies
Quilt from Free Fatquarter Shop Pattern Pinwheel Pindot