1. These have been cut since I first discovered the Scrappy Trip Along craze on Flickr--back in January! These strips have been moved from the chair in my craft room to the guest room, back to the craft room when guests arrived and now, I want to actually work on it! I actually got to put two blocks together this past quarter! I love it!
2. A lap quilt from a pattern titled Three Bean Salad by Miss Rosie. I loved the colors of the sample so much, I decided to replicate them! This is partially pieced, one I usually take to the guild sewins.
3. A quilt top made during Pleasant Home's Sew Scraps Along 2012. The top is actually all pieced, I just love this picture, so I need to quilt and bind it.
4. A quilt top started during Thought and Found's Oh my stars BOM last year. I only have about eight of the fifteen LARGE stars completed.
5. I hand pieced this sampler over 17 years ago. It was a class I took to occupy my time while my husband (then boyfriend) went away to college. It needs to be quilted and bound.
7. I finished this top in February. Now it needs to be quilted and bound.
8. Star Surround QAL. I am not happy with the yellow fabric for the surround. It was so much brighter when it was folder up! I also mixed up where I placed those color corner pieces. So, I kind of set this aside.
9. Another QAL that I started but then fell behind. I don't want all of these projects to just start piling up.
10. A Christmas gift I started back in March. I set it aside because first I was looking for the red flannel and then I kept looking for a white with snowflakes to mix in. However, I have decided to just go with these fabrics. They look much prettier in person-I will have to take a picture in the daylight.
11. Another baby rag quilt I had cut out and then set aside. Since more babies are coming-I better get these made and ready! (No babies for us, but others in the family.)
12. Yet another baby flannel cut out. These were set aside because I needed to get some more blender flannels. I can't wait to work on this one! Love the patterns.
13. This is one of the first quilts I ever started, over nine years ago! I have most of the blocks together, I just need to sew them together and piece the border. This one is a wall hanging. I kind of have put off finishing it because I wasn't crazy about the fabrics anymore, but it is starting to grow on me again.
I still have a few more projects started in the closet, but think this is a pretty good list for now! I can get those others photographed for next year.