1. Shirt quilt
Left over from last time -this should be achievable and it'd be lovely to have this before winter really sets in -she says as she watches snow fall up on the hill!
2. Our Son's 21st QuiltHe's still 21 but would be nice to do while he is...technically this means it can roll over into Q3- but let's not anticipate that! You can see this has been kicking around too long already. Don't like this colour arrangement or balance and hence this has been in my too hard basket for awhile.
But who couldn't be inspired by this lovely pile. He'd like a bit more blue so will invest in a few more shades and variations and dig in.
I managed a couple of smaller projects last quarter which I hadn't listed so this time I plan to list some...
3. A Knitting Bag for my Mum
When I was up visiting my parents recently Mum passed on this old favourite duvet cover of theirs, which has a few rips, but is largely sound. So I plan to use it for a bag in the same pattern as this one I made for a friend.
Mum suggested also from the same fabric
4. A Music Case for my Dadwho is having lessons to improve his keyboard playing so he can better enjoy the clavichords he built. and I thought perhaps this might lend itself to a bit of appropriate fussy cutting. I'm thinking of one of those cases with one handle and a bar that folds across the handle to close the case if I can figure it out? Anyone seen a pattern for anything like that?
5. Oven gloves or Pot holdersfrom this improv fiddle I did ages ago
6. Jeans quilt
I know it's not a small project... but for a while I have been collecting a pile of jeans with overly ripped knees, or outgrown by the kids, or now unfashionable shapes and am thinking a string quilt with large blocks maybe like this or an improv approach something like this would be a good use for them.
Well there's nothing like itemising things! Roll on Q2 is all I can say!