1. Rainbow Charm Swap
With 56 lovely ladies waiting, I aim to pack up and deliver an extra large charm pack to each one of them. That means cutting nearly 3,000 charms and packing up over 6,000! I have lots of yardage cut, so I just need to get down to business.
2. Pezzy Pizazz
The top is finished, she's layered and the quilted has begun! I just have to finish the final 2/3 of the quilting and bind this cutie.
I have half of a tote made using this tutorial. You see, it was to be a replacement Mouthy Stitches tote, but it was no longer needed. I have the lining made using Summersville (with a little pocket) so I just have to make the exterior (out of Echino) and pop on two handles. Easy peasy you'd think, but it's been sitting around my sewing room for months and needs to be finished off.
4. Liberty Love
Again, the top is done. I even have most of the backing fabric here at home. I need to do a little piecing, layer it and quilt like mad. I was thinking of quilting it like this, then binding it in Liberty. That's the plan at least.
5. Modern Stitching Bee
I have the most gorgeous bee blocks piled up here in my sewing space. I so love them. It's time to start assembling the top and get this pretty finished off.
6. Knitted Cap
I have a knitted cap made of the most beautiful home spun yarn, sent to me by Judy. This cap is 95% finished. I just have another little bit of knitting to do to finish the crown. If only you guys could feel this...it's so soft, fuzzy and warm. Gorgeous. I can't wait to break it out next winter.
7. Knitted Purse
I have a green knitted purse that has been an on and off project for me since Christmas. I have both handles done and one side. The second side is 1/2 finished. I just have to finish that last side and assemble. I love this project. I'm not sure why it's taking me so long to finish it.
8. Dorky Science Cross Stitch.
For those of you who may not know me well, I'm a total science dork. When I saw this cross stitch pattern, who could resist? I am about half way finished. It is not a masterpiece, but it makes me happy. I can't wait to finish and hang it above my work desk. Wouldn't that be hilarious?
I think those are the major UFOs that I can plan to finish in the next three months. I had better get stitching!
Leanne, thanks again for hosting. You know I love a good to-do list :)