Q2’16 Finish Along – Brown Paws Quilting

This is my first time joining the FAL, and my first time linking up to anything…so experiments all around!

I have plenty of projects to choose from, and I hope to have plenty of time to get some done as I will be on sabbatical from work for most of Q2’16.  The place where I work has a lovely benefit where every 7 years you are eligible for an 8-week sabbatical.  This one will be my third (!) and I am SO looking forward to it!

Here are my hopeful finishes:

 

My first priority is to finish my Facets quilt from Christa Watson’s Facets QAL.  This one has lots of quilting on it – more dense than I usually do – so it will take some time to get done.

My second priority is to quilt my Dyed Houses quilt.  I’ve been working on this one for a very long time and I’m looking forward to getting it done.  I want to quilt it with large, rolling swirls, so I need to figure that out.

A quick finish will be my Chemistry tumbler quilt, which really just needs a bit more quilting and binding.

My Hawaiian sampler quilt needs to be assembled into a top, basted and quilted.

I just love the Blueberry Park line, so I bought a fat quarter stack of those to make into a Plusses quilt.

I need to replenish my supply of zipper bags and sunglasses cases, so I’ve started pulling out fabrics for that.

And finally I started quilting this green and black accented quilt, but I really don’t like how it was turning out.  I either need to just go with it and finish it as is, or do some ripping and try a new approach.

So those are my hopeful finishes for Q2’16!  This list will help me stay focused on these as priorities, while I also try and keep up with my Splendid Sampler blocks twice weekly.  I’ll post as I go through the quarter and hopefully knock a bunch of these out!

Linked up to the Q2’16 Finish-a-Long.

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