I still haven't had a finish for 2012. Lots of starts, but no finishes. Looking through what I've actually gotten done though, I'm not too upset - I just need to get a lot of these done in the next month :-)
I have finished my Outfoxed on the High Seas quilt top - and I'm still deciding how to quilt it, and whether to put a border on it (I am actually thinking I will - pretty sure I'll use a solid, just not sure what colour) Any suggestions would be most welcome!
I've started my Swoon quilt - four blocks done, another two cut and started (HSTs and flying geese done)
I've almost finished the piecing for my For the Love of Solids swap project:
I'm doing a smaller sized sparkle punch (squares are 2.5") and its going to be a sewing machine cover. Once I've finished piecing it, I'm going to hand quilt around the stars using embroidery floss. And I'm thinking a scrappy binding using the same colours as the stars...
And I've finally decided on my Name Game Swap quilt. My partner is into very country style quilty stuff, which is totally outside my usual comfort zone - so I'm going back to my pre-quilty-cross-stitch-obsession and cross stitching the centre part of the mini, and will do some patchworky stuff around the outside. We're going on a mini break tomorrow for four days so I'm hoping to get the stitchery done while we're away.
I have a semi-secret paper pieced project I'm going to start very soon. And there is a great little paper-pieced sew along happening over at A Labour of Love, inspired by the very awesome, paper pieced issue of Fat Quarterly which I am going to get involved in (check it out - the more the merrier!) Oh, and I've just been commissioned to make a couple of twin sized quilts for some little girls which is very exciting :-) A bit frazzled, I need my kids back at school so I have my nap-time quilting again!
I'm linking up to Fabric Tuesday, WIP Wednesday and Fresh Sewing Day.