Thursday, February 12, 2015

Seas the Day Quilt!

 Seas the Day!
(Hang around there's a giveaway at the end!)

I loved getting to try out this super cute pattern from Fat Quarter Shop!


It uses a special pre-cut, a Jolly Bar (5" x 10") and a charm pack. I had this baby quilt top together in an evening easy peasy.  I used Day Sail from Moda and an Aqua Bella Solids charm pack.  I took at the too girly prints so I can use it for my little man :)



Pattern is free with a YouTube tutorial, kits are available at Fat Quarter Shop.
Thank to Kimberly and the team, always creating fun and easy patterns!




$25 Gift Certificate from Fat Quarter Shop!

Hooray!  This could get you started on a Jolly Bar project of your own!

How about you leave a comment and answer just a simple question:

What is your #1 WIP or project for 2015?

Mine would have to be finishing my memory quilt of my dad.  I'm a little less than halfway there. I do enjoy working on each block.  It can be really hard and sad but I will finish it because I want to snuggle in it.

WINNER ANNOUNCED NEXT TUESDAY, 2/17.

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183 comments:

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I started a House quilt early last year. Picking the fabrics and doing the window stitching has been time consuming. But I would love to finish it for 2015.

Margaret said...

I am also working on a memory quilt of my husband. He passed away in Dec 2013 and I find it very hard to cut up some of the shirts.

Needled Mom said...

Those fabrics look great in that quilt.

My hope is to finish my NYBEAUTY quilt blocks.

Adele said...

A quilt to actually go on MY bed!

Lori K said...

My sisters quilt that I started three years ago... I have to finish it!

Jennie @ Porch Swing Quilts said...

I really need to finish my Pam Kitty Morning Dresden quilt. I know I'm going to love it. I just freaked myself out with the applique stuff.

wintunancy said...

Sad to say, my project is one that is a graduation present...June 2014 graduation!

Andrea York said...

I am working on a large rag quilt for my son in law! Trying to find the time to finish it.
Fun pattern from FQS! They have the nicest quick patterns!

Trisch said...

My project for the year is a king size quilt. I am using all Bonnie and Camille fabrics that I have been saving up for years and using a pattern from Camille's book Simply Retro. The biggest project I have undertaken so far. Thanks for the chance to win. Love your quilt. That looks like a fun pattern.

Shauna said...

It is so hard to pick one, I have 4 memory quilts that I have to finish for a friend and her children, my niece has asked for a signature quilt for her wedding, and I want to do a quilt for my bed. Plus 20 other projects that I want to do. But #1 has to be the memory quilts.

Rebecca said...

So I purchased this lovely Hideaway fabric by Lauren and Jessi Jung in 2011 and have been working on a quilt with it since then. I finally got the top together last year, but wasn't happy with the border, undid it and re-did it. Put a back together this year and it wasn't big enough.=( Still working on fixing that problem. It's a huge 90x90 quilt that I think my DH will love. I WILL finish it this year, somehow.

EmileeHope said...

I think picking one is hard-I need to get a baby quilt done for a cousin due in May (finished my sister's quilt, who is due next month, before our own little one arrived last week) and for our own house I am really wanting to make a ROYGBIV quilt of some sort!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Stash busting is #1 on my list for 2015. A close second is getting my pile of quilt tops quilted. It is a shame that I get to that point (a completed top) and then they sit. It's about time to get them quilted and in use.

Cassandra said...

I have about four quilt tops that I would like to get quilted. I want to work on my free motion skills! My favorite is an x and + quilt though

Katelyn @ Sing While Crafting said...

my #1 WIP for 2015 is a sparkle punch quilt for my niece. I want to have it finished and give it to her for Christmas. Of course I have a few deadline things I have to finish first. :(
(I probably should have said that my #1 wip is graduating from school in December...but that seems so far away)

Sheila said...

To turn a batik jelly roll that I bought last year into a jelly roll race quilt : )

Lorraine said...

I just finished a memory quilt in honor of my dad, who passed away in January, but I am making a second quilt like it for my sister. That's my #1 finishing priority for now!

Myra said...

I will be finishing the Grand Illusion Mystery Quilt-Along with Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville. My version is 100% dots - every fabric is a dottie fabric. It's a queen size for my daughter. Hopefully that will be finished by the end of February.

lisa shenk said...

I started a stack and slash, thought I'd finished it. But I need to remove 3 rows from the bottom, and add it to the side!!!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

my WIP for 2015 would be Love Entwined, started - not much done and would love to finish more if it but doubt it will get finished - I am working on too many quilts at once.

Anita said...

Getting my sweet and green beans quilt started....

Vicky K said...

I need to finish a comfort quilt for a friend who lost her partner last year. He was only 37 years old and very sudden. I can't even imagine what she has gone through the last year and this is my way of being there for her.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I have been needing to get curtains sewn for the kitchen. The fabric has been sitting next to my sewing machine for a year. I must get them done! Thanks!!

Kim said...

What I'd really like to do this year is not just one project but a few is to finish my ufos. I knocked off a few last year so this year it would be nice to catch up on my quilting.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I don't have a #1 really...but the custom quilt I am working on right now is pretty important...it will be finished for sure.

madfabriholic said...

My #1 for 2015 if to get my just completed 100 city sampler blocks assembled into a top, and then quilted.

Your memory quilt sounds wonderful- what a bittersweet process.
-madfabriholic at gmail dot com

Rachel said...

I have a jacobs ladder quilt that has been lingering for over 2 years that I would love to see finished up this year!!!

Jeanne said...

I am finishing a Lollipops quilt (Fig Tree) in Halloween colors for my daughter with an Oct. 31 birthday.

Cherise Towrr said...

I love your quilt! The design is great- not girly at all! I have a queen size quilt I'm working on with the Scrumptious line that I want to finish this year. Thanks for the giveaway! cherisetoweratgmaildotcom

Daytona Damsel said...

Not sure the first one went through so trying again. My #1 is my mom's lap quilt for napping. Just need to get the batting which I have procrastinated on for a month. Debbie

Carol Meyer said...

Great job!
My 2015 project to make my first ever quilt.
I've always only made clothing.

Tiffany said...

We bought a King sized bed last year and I have GOT to finish a quilt for it. All of our current quilts are too small!

Dee D said...

A quilt for my son and a BOM I'm doing.

Dee D said...

A quilt for my son and a BOM I'm doing.

Gill said...

A baby quilt for Rosa who was born last July!! maybe a 1st birthday present??

KatieQ said...

I started a quilt using the Happy House block from Bonnie Hunter last year. I finally have enough blocks finished so it's time to sash it and sew the top together. I love the blocks so I am hoping to get it done soon.

Josie McRazie said...

I have a quillow ive been working on for my Brothers kid...I am NOT in love with it and it has sat for almost a year!! I decided to buckle down and get it finished!! I'm so close now!! I WILL get it finished and OFF my WIP list!!!

Sew in Time said...

My #1 project is a Buckeye Quilt for my son who is a Freshman in college! It's an extra long twin and it's going to look very cool on his bed.

Cappy said...

My WIP is quilt to commemorate my Dad's love of his old red pickup

Pamela Neal said...

A very dear friend of mine is expecting her first child. This sweet baby girl will be Birm with special needs and will spend many weeks in the NICU. Since this hospital is over an hour from her home mommy will stay at The Ronald McDonald house where the hospital is located. I am making an extra large crib quilt for mommy to wrap up in while holding her baby girl in the NICU.

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Julianne said...

I am embarrassed to say that I have quite a pile of finished blocks ready to put into a flimsy, so I just keep working away at that pile, alot of WIPs! Current WIP is my second Celtic Solstice quilt in blues and browns...its so pretty!

Melanie said...

I have until Christmas to make a king size black, red and white quilt for my step daughter!

Stephanie said...

My #1 WIP would be a new baby quilt for my 6th grandchild due in June! Just can't decide on fabric-Pooh, Disney, boy, girl, etc:) Also a Bonnie Hunter using Kaffe fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity! qltdiva1@fuse.net

Marie Chat said...

My #1 WIP for 2015 is a BOM that I participated in from my local quilt shop. It has 12 12" and 6" matching blocks of 30s fabrics! Thanks for your chance to win!

Terry said...

My #1 WIP is a quilt for our new RV…top is done, just have to find time to quilt and bind it ;)
cwayons(at)yahoo(dot)com

Becky S. said...

Cute quilt! I have so many WIPs. I guess my first one to finish will be a Fig Tree "Cameos" quilt that has been on my design wall for several months. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sorcha girl said...

The #1 WIP for me is a graduation quilt for my granddaughter, who is finishing her veterinarian program in May. The blocks are pieced and the sashing is cut. I feel good about the finish by target date. First time on your blog and I've now chosen to follow. Thanks for the chance at the giveaway.

SallyC said...

I'm working on the Great Granny Squared and I need to make a baby quilt. Thanks for the giveaway chance.

Kate said...

A set of Diamond Pillows!

Sarah Craig said...

My #1 project this year is to help bring my Chinese grandson Nathanael home! To do that, I've been making a lot of quilts for my daughter to raffle and auction off. She's keeping me busy!! But it's wonderful to be taking such an active part in the process.

Love this pattern! Thanks for the chance to win!

Mary said...

Your quilt looks like great fun to make! My number one priority is a mystery quilt called Celtic Solstice designed by Bonnie Hunter. My quilt guild has a UFO challenge going and this was the quilt I signed up to finish for that.

delaineelliott said...

My #1 project for 2015 is to finish a Dresden tablecloth and matching curtains for my kitchen that I started last year. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

Rebecca Rodgers said...

To make my very first quilt!

Nicole said...

I would love to make a queen size quilt for our bed. Have only ever mad lap or baby quilts.

Chris Cole said...

WIP: quilt my hexagon quilts.

Jasmine said...

I recently finished my big project for the year: a modern farmer's wife. But right now I'm trying to finish a valentine quilt. Cutting it close, I know.

Mara said...

My Hexagon Quilt that is 2 years old, eep..

cjmont said...

i am finishing my ufos, one down today.

Chris Matsche said...

I would like to finish my block of the month quilt I did for 2014. The blocks are all finished, I just need to complete the top.

Chris Matsche said...

I would like to finish my block of the month quilt I did for 2014. The blocks are all finished, I just need to complete the top. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

Belves said...

I am making a quilt for my sister who lost her eldest boy in 2012. Using winter's lane fabric and a pattern I have made up myself. A lotta love going into this quilt. And tears.

Allison C said...

I need to fiNish my single girl quilt

Beth said...

I have a stack of quilt tops to be quilted and my #1 priority is getting them done! Two down, several to go.

Vicki H said...

I have a stack of house blocks that have been in a drawer nearly a dozen years. I would like to get them into a top and finished.

Laura said...

I have several baby quilts to work on this year, but is really love to make a quilt for myself finally!

shayne said...

I have several quilt tops that need quilting!!

Jodie said...

An orange peel quilt I started last year.

Unknown said...

I'm finishing the bindings on 5 Christmas quilts I made - I won't let myself start anything else until their done.

carolann said...

I am making a baby quilt for my friend's son who turns one next month. I am using Minky for the back so it will be really soft! carolann427@aol.com

Jessica said...

I want to finish my flying geese bee quilt from last year!

Karee said...

a Mini Kaleidoscope baby quilt for soon to be born granddaughter.

allpressingmatters said...

I'd love to finish the Farmers Wife blocks and the quilt I'm making with a group of ladies.

Renee said...

I'm planning to make at least one of the BOMs in my stash!

Kathryn said...

I need to use the Dutch chintz fabrics that have been in my stash too long.

Lisa Marie said...

Well, it's not yet a WIP, but I need to make a quilt for my son to give to some friends as a housewarming gift.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

I want to finish a quilt for my son who is away for his 1st year of college.

Lauren Deel said...

I'd love to finish my Wee Wander lap-size quilt. It's all cut, but the layout is pretty extensive... I have to find a place to do the whole layout, before I sew a stitch, and with four kids running around, that's a tall order. Wish me luck! :)

Jessica said...

Super cute quilt! I have a quilt that I need to finish up for my bed. It is a king size quilt and a little bit of a daunting task. I haven't ever made a quilt that large before.

Brenda said...

I would like to make a throw quilt for my daughter's apartment.

PK Sews said...

I love how your cheerful quilt keeps the eye moving around! My number one project right now is to complete four weekender bags. I made one for one of my sisters and now the other sisters all want one too.

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

I think the #1 project to finish for me is my daughter's trek quilt. Her trek was five years ago ...

HeatherK @ A Reformed Heath'n said...

I think the #1 project to finish for me is my daughter's trek quilt. Her trek was five years ago ...

Quiltineering said...

What a bright and fun quilt!
My next project is to make a periodic table quilt for a friend - should be fun!

Heather said...

I recently got my oldest WIP basted. I'd really like to get it done soon.

Kristen Jones said...

I just completed my very first star surround block tonight. I'm hooked! I'm using Winged by AGF and it's going to be for ME!! Lol. I'm hoping to do a block a week but that's kinda wishful thinking I know. Thanks for chance to win this prize!
Kristenmariej@hotmail.com

Skootchover said...

My largest commitment for 2015 is keeping up with an EPP quilt along - the New Hexagon Milefiore - that I am doing. Rewarding, but lots of work.

Cecilia said...

I want to sew together my blocks my fellow guild members made for me in 2013 when I was the president. I have enough to make a king size quilt.

Beth said...

Shhhh...don't tell anyone....I plan to have quilts for each of my best friend's four grown kids for Christmas. Each of their kids has received quilts from me (or will have, by the end of the year when the newest have their baby quilts). Now I'm catching up with the middle generation.

colleen said...

My granddaughter Brianna's quilt, started last year in a class, I wou like it finished soon to enter in the county fair.

Jody Polen said...

I am trying to finish a baby quilt for my fourth grandson, Alex. He will be two in July.

Judy said...

I have two Jolly bars coming!! So excited. I have a layer cake and ordered extra fabric through FQS. I Love this line!!

Eloise said...

I hope to finish 3 baby quilts and hopefully use up a bunch of fabric from my stash.

Camille Mendel said...

I have two must finish projects for this year both are for my sons. One is a graduation present and the other a sampler quilt.

Mary said...

2 things I have to...yes I must finish up in 2015. I just have the quilting left to do on a quilt for my son and his wife... 2nd anniv.. 8 years ago!!!
And a this years quilt I started for a friend...Saturday Soiree... it was a $5 club at my local quilt shop... but theres alot of pieced sashing and alternate blocks.... Yeah, just need to get on with it!

manicmumdays.com said...

Nice little project!
My main project to get done this year is a Rainbow Reverse Wonky Star Quilt for myself :) I have been collecting ToT fabrics for months and will start cutting soon ...
Thanks for the chance to enter! :)

Anita said...

My main project is the 2015 Quilt Doodle Design BOM, a twin size with lots of appliquè.

Julie said...

My main project is to start 3 memory quilts for my nephews :)

Janet Schultz said...

I need to finish my first QAYG quilt. Just need to piece the back and then quilt it on and bind. Can't wait to see it finished! Thanks for the chance to win! Shopgirl7232@yahoo.com

Debby said...

Completing a king size quilt made from Kate Spain's Horizon fabric!

Sarah @ Georgia Girl Quilts said...

My number 1# project is whipping my stack of WIPs. I've got several tops that need to be basted and quilted.

Linda Nelson said...

I started a table runner that I really need to get back to and finish!

lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

CooperQuilter said...

I have a Carolina Lily that has been looking at me for far too long.

marie(dot)doyle123(at)gmail(dot)com

Sonya said...

I am working on an aqua and gray quilt for my cousin, in memory of her sweet dad, who died recently. I should finish the top in a week!

Sheila Howard said...

My main project for 2015 is a quilt for my Mom. She lives over a 1,000 miles away and this quilt will be my way of giving her a hug.

Linda Cejnar said...

I'm still working on my Fat Quarter Shop Wishes Quilt Along with Scrumptious fabrics. I'm almost finished with a 2014 Block a Month from my local quilt shop. And, I'm waiting for Prairie Gatherings to come in the mail. ljbisme at msn dot com

diane said...

What a fun quilt! My main WIP is my massive Swoon quilt for our bed. It's been an ongoing project for years and I finally have the blocks finished! So close!

sam said...

My sisters gathered 2014 Row By Row Experience patterns and I plan to make each of them a quilt for Christmas.

nancie boyce said...

Going to have to add a Seas the Day baby quilt to my bucket list of quilts I want to make. Eleven WIP's. Trying to finish a wedding signature quilt this month, currently quilting the border, so there's hope!

Sharon J. Hughson said...

I'm to finish my son's wedding quilt. He was married last July. LOL

Michele said...

I gave my husband a quilt top for Christmas and really need to finish it! The back is half pieced...

Kathy said...

believe it or not - I have a super cute Snowman Quilt in progress

Christine S said...

Mine is going to be a Barcelona orange peel quilt! Love your quilt and Daysail is their best line yet!!

Twisted Sticks said...

I have a baby quilt that needs to be pinned and quilted. Been procrastinating! Quilting larger items is difficult for me so I always drag my feet. Love the jolly bars! First I have heard of them.

Erin McSweeney said...

Right now I have to get a bed quilt done this year for my cousins son...he is growing too quick and they have been waiting for it too long haha

erin2470@hotmail.com

Angelia Lanouette said...
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Angelia Lanouette said...

I have two #1 projects for 2015. First I want to finish an Ipad case that my sister started before she passed away in January. I would like to make it into a sewing/embroidery case for my mother. The second is to sew my first throw size quilt. I have been using the only quilt my sister made and it has inspired me to overcome my first quilt fears and just do it.

Kath said...

My #1 project is to finish a quilt for my son. He picked all the fabrics, now it's my turn. All the projects for this tour have been great. Thanks for the giveaway.
ktsquiltdreams atgmail dotcom

Esther Grimes said...

I need to organize and start to use some of my scrap stash!

Debbie B said...

Moving, it really interrupts my quilting time. Hope it is done soon!

legato1958 said...

I just started the Irish Chain Twist QAL at Happy Quilting!
Susie

Pam said...

I am assembling the blocks and rows for the Grand Illusion mystery quilt by Bonnie Hunter! It is so much fun!!

Patti said...

A new quilt for my grandson and a baby quilt for my soon-to-be-born grandson!

susan said...

boy you have a lot of followers! I love the Day Sail fabric, the teal colour is so fresh and young. My work in progress that I would like to finish is a baby quilt I started for my granddaughter. She is one now so I really need to get to this. I sometimes hit a wall when I am not too sure how to do the next step. My quilt shop has a day you can bring in your ufo and they will help you so that is what I need to do!

Debbie said...

I have a quilt almost done...almost and I will finish it. Thanks for a great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

Debbie said...

I have a quilt almost done...almost and I will finish it. Thanks for a great giveaway. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

Leila said...

I want to finish my At the Fair Quilt and two or three others that have been in my WIP pile for a few years. :)

Greta Honeycutt said...

My first quilt on my new sewing machine!

quilter said...

I am participating in a row robin with Quilt Guild, keeping me busy!
cork@pa.rr.com

James Dodson said...

I would love to make table topper for all the seasons of the year! Thank you

misty s said...

I've got the top of a queen sized quilt done (my first quilt ever and learned my lesson on that!) but I still need to make the back and then quilt it. I have to get it done, and soon!

Niki said...

Mine is a tree skirt made from ties from my husband's grandfather (who recently passed away). The trick right now is getting the ties away from the widow, whose Alzheimers is making things difficult.

Dawn said...

I'm just hoping to make my first quilt this year.
dawnm1993(at)gmail(dot)com

Jacqueline Frances said...

Hi there Heather and Megan,
My numero uno WIP is to finish up my SECOND super-king-sixed hexagon quilt. There are over 4,000 hand=pieced 1" hexagons, all scrappy fabrics given to me by various pen pals and swaps around the world. This one is for my 16 year old son. When he saw the first one finished(for our room) he asked me to make him one too! I kind of stalled on it since August…that is a lot of hexies to do…but am now feeling the need to get it done!
Thanks!
Quilty Huggs,
Jacqueline in Pitt Meadows

Come check out my blog:
http://www.quilt-sewhappy.blogspot.com

jeannine said...

Hi, I'm new here and new to quilting! Love this quilt...especially in the daysail fabric! The jolly bars are a perfect addition to layer cakes, charm packs and candy...super clever of FQS!! Thanks for a chance to win!

jeannine said...

Oops! Forgot to answer...my WIP is a pillow that I'm making for my mom in memory of her mother. I am new at this and have never made a pillow with a zipper so I need to research first!

Kristine said...

A birthday quilt for my mother in law who is turning 60.

Cynthia Knapp said...

My #1 WIP is my batik tumbler quilt. I've had it around way too long and it needs to be finished up! cknapp3626@sbcglobal.net

Nancy said...

I am starting a quilt along on Material Girl Quilts starting this month and another on Craftsy with Jenny Byer. VERY EXCITED!!

Emily C said...

I would love to finish my Sweet Pea quilt. I am about 1/2 way through the hand quilting.

Sonja Mclane said...

Wild life quilt I need to finish for a wedding present but do to being recently disable its taking me forever!!!!! sonjasmith76@yahoo.com

Kathy E. said...

I do hope you get your memory quilt finished soon so you can again be close to him. You're lucky to have had such a loving father!
My #1 WIP is finishing a small heart quilt that I started weeks ago. I want to finish it tomorrow...just in time!

GranChris said...

I have 2 big ones. I need 3 quilts for my great nephews and then a Red and White log cabin.

eskimokate said...

I would love to finish my farmers wife quilt this year that I'm making from Bonnie and Camille scraps. Can't wait to see the finished quilt! I'm aiming for the full size so may take a while!

Sam said...

A gorgeous quilt using Lottie Da by Heather Bailey, just trying to save up for the backing.....kingsize, square in a square, amazing.... but soooooo would love to make something bright and beautiful for my daughter with this Jolly Bar....

Kathy Patterson said...

I'm a beginner quilter and am so excited about my new hobby..Hope I win...

Kathy Patterson said...

I'm a beginner quilter and am so excited about my new hobby..Hope I win...

Kathy Patterson said...

I'm a beginner quilter and am so excited about my new hobby..Hope I win...

Michele said...

I like, I like! My #1 project this year is to finally get Sunshine's 100 Good Wishes Quilt made. Her brothers has been done for a while and hers is long overdue.

QuiltLady said...

My main quilt to begin and finish this year is a Hexie quilt called Just Judie by Judie Rothermel. My first hex project, and I am excited about it. Would love to win! Thanks for the giveaway.

Rachel said...

My number one priority this year is to finish hand quilting my husbands quilt. I'm trying to keep it a secret, so it's been several years in the making. But 2015 needs to be the year I finish it! Thanks for the chance to win!

Veronika said...

Finishing my sisters wedding quilt! It's the biggest quilt I've worked on yet and takes so much space to lay it out to make sure my final layout is good. That's what's holding me back it's so silly!

mlhummy said...

My main priority right now is not actually a quilting project. I'm making my twin granddaughters spring outfits for vacation. After those are finished, I'll be working on block totes for the family.

Mary W Quilts said...

I have only a few small WIPs in my sewing room. I'm starting a new quilt today! I don't know what it is yet. IT will be the first pattern that inspires me this morning.

FabricandFlowers said...

Right now my number one is a Jacob's Ladder. My quilt guild is having a quarterly challenge to finish one UFO each quarter. The challenge has me motivated to get things done.

Melanie said...

My number one is my son's Minecraft creeper quilt.

Mary Ann said...

Get UFOs done and quilt my granddaughters quilt.

Quilting Momma said...

My WIP would be quilting the tree skirt from last year so I can use it THIS year! ha ha!

June Garner said...

My #1 wip is to finish my very first quilt.
Renragjd@gmail.com

Wei Tay said...

My #1 WIP is a child's birthday quilt.

tawa said...

My #1 WIP this year is what I call the pansy monstrosity. The result of collecting 28 pansy fabrics while finishing postgrad studies, then trying to fit them all in one quilt. Its really bad! Tarnia.hodges at gmail dot com

Stacy said...

My WIP is a quilt using April Showers by Moda. I have to finish so I can buy Daysail!

Allison said...

I have a granny squares quilt that I'd like to get finished... It may or may not happen :)

tamidug said...

I would really like to finish my Egg Basket Quilt I started many years ago!

tamiquilts at att dot net

RoseAndCons said...

My WIP I'd like to finish is a tumbling block scrappy quilt! I started it last januart and its EPP so it takes forever. I'm about 40% done. then I'm going to hand quilt it.

roseharries_06@hotmail.com

Connie K said...

A Christmas quilt for my daughter. Hopefully this Christmas.

Abigail deVries said...

I am excited to have my first online bee quilt!

Melissa Miller said...

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Winning Big said...

On my "To Finish List" are the Denyse Schmidt quilts for my son's bed - I sat quilts because he has a bunk bed and I am doing two at a time!

Paula Lemos said...

A new quilt for my bed that I just started. I'm using The Boat House collection by Sweetwater. Thanks for the chance!

Janie said...

I finished two of my quilts that were UFO's. and I started and finished two others. Yippie!

OhioLori said...

The Project for 2015 I want to get started, is a special quilt, for our Son's new Home! :) And to finish a quilt for our Daughter!

Kell said...

I don't actually have it started let alone a pattern or fabric picked out but I finally want to make a quilt for my bed.

Melissa said...

I have a charity quilt that I really need to put a backing on and quilt. That is my #1 WIP
Thank you for the chance, and I follow you on Bloglovin' :)

Melissa said...

I have a charity quilt that I really need to put a backing on and quilt. That is my #1 WIP
Thank you for the chance, and I follow you on Bloglovin' :)

Diane said...

Finishing up my Celtic Solstice from 2014! :) thanks for the chance.

angie said...

Angie
I'm a newbie to quilting but really love the colors of the jolly bars can't wait to start my new advanture.
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Joan H. said...

I want to make a very special quilt for a great grand child which is due in July.

Sarah said...

I would like to make a table runner for our coffee table. sarah@forrussia.org

Pauline Perry said...

I tend to finish what I am working on before I start anything new so I don't have a WIP at the moment. I am currently sewing for a friend to help out with the cost of her wedding by sewing 28 table runners 8 ft long, and miles and miles of bunting. If I get the chance to start a blue and white quilt that I have in my head I would love to finish that this year.
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

Kylie Menagh-Johnson said...

I would love to finish all the WIPs I have hanging... so many...

Barbara Bailey said...

First, I'm not a blogger, not sure how that happened. I want to make a full size quilt when I finish this baby quilt I'm making for my niece's new baby boy.

Susanne - Quilt it out said...

I have a ton of Tulas Sampler Blocks here waiting to become a finished quilt :)
Susanne