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May Quilty Goals

By May 5, 2023blog

It has been a long time since I wrote down my personal quilty goals! I used to do it every quarter and it was a great way to have some accountability to finish things!

So I thought it was time to bring it back.

And I would love to hear what quilty goals you have for May!

Longarm quilt a cute little baby quilt for the newest member of our extended family who is due in July!

This is made using D is for Dream fabric which is just the cutest baby collection.

For that same lucky baby…. a milestone whole cloth quilt from the Birthday collection by Ruby Star Society…. the proud parents can take a photo of bub each month on this!

I had started a fun diamond style quilt using Tula Pink’s Moon Garden before I broke my wrist(s) – I really want to get this one, if not to a finished quilt top by the end of May, at least some progress on it!

And I finally re-found the Forest Friends fox doll panels that I had started cutting out, again just as I broke my arms!

I really want to get the fox doll, the doll tent and maybe even one of the toddler sleeping bags done by the end of May….. will see how I go!

Last month I had some fun making some of the Minikins Season 1 bag patterns and I would love to get another one made this month….. I would love to make the laptop bag case, but it is a bit of an undertaking (and I want to tweak the pattern and put an outside pocket), so I might just make one of the smaller pouch patterns.

Maybe a cool pencil case for a great-nephew… perhaps using the ABC letter fabric?

I am also going on my first real quilty retreat at the beginning of June, so I would like to have a couple of projects all cut out ready to sew, sew, sew whilst I am on retreat!

Stay tuned for when I decide what they will be!

One Comment

  • Susan says:

    I joined in with Patty who does OMG also know as One Monthly Goal. Might help with keeping up & motivated. Take care & hugs.

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