First on the list is Anniversary Flowers. This is the oldest on this years list and I think one of the first quilts I designed myself. I pretty sure I was making it to celebrate by twentieth wedding anniversary - hence the name. Since my husband and I just past our thirty-third anniversary - it has been hanging around for awhile. The reason I haven't finished it is that it is hand-applique. Something I didn't do well back then and still don't. I am a machine girl. I have a idea how to fix it and as it isn't very big I think it deserves to be finished.
The next is the newest on the list - Road Home. I designed and started this quilt in 2014 planning to teach it as my beginning quilt this year. I decided it doesn't really work as a beginning quilt and since I am quilting it on my featherweight - the machine that has my walking foot - it has been slow going. The featherweight is a wonderful machine but the physical set up I have is not the greatest and my shoulders and back handle only about three rows before I have to give up.
The rest on the list aren't in any particular order, but are quilts that I need to finish. The next group are tops that are finished and just require quilting and binding. I do all my own machine quilting and piece much faster than I quilt.
Number three is the Mystery Quilt I designed last year for my guild using yardage:
Number four is the Scrappy Mystery:
The next one needs a border to make it a better size and of course quilting and binding:
Number seven and eight are small wall quilts that have some quilting but need a bit more as well as beading and finish work:
Number nine and ten are new quilts using my Charleston Single House pattern (one large and one small) and need applique work, quilting, embellishing and finishing:
Number eleven is a group quilt that I don't have a picture for but just needs quilting and binding.
Number twelve (also no picture) is the quilt to be made from the blocks from last years Cobblestone Quilters Guild block of the month. This might end up being twelve a and twelve b as I plan to donate the quilt(s) to charity and I might be able to get two smaller ones done faster than one large one.
This is the twelve I will turn in to the guild - hopefully I won't have a feeling of deja vu next year when I prepare 2016's list.