Monday, December 31, 2018

18 in 2018 Final Report

I think the 18 in 2018 list really helped me stay focused on my projects. I was able to prioritize and get many projects finished. I updated my original post as I went along. You can find the original post here.

Here is the final report.

1. Halo Medallion Quilt - designed by Sue Garman. This was the 2017 BOM from The Quilt Show.


Finished March 13, 2018. 
Hung at AQS Show in Grand Rapids, Michigan, August, 2018. As of this date, my Halo Medallion has also been accepted in the AQS show in Daytona in 2019.

2. Audubon's Christmas Quilt - designed by Kathy McNeil. Not finished, but well on its way.
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The flimsy of this quilt is hanging on my design wall. I came to a stop because I wanted to get a 1/4" platform foot for my long arm before quilting this one. The platform foot allows the quilter to to use all sides of the foot against a ruler without the shank getting in the way. I have now installed the foot. You can see the flimsy here. I have decided to finish off the final sashing with beaded detail (per Bethanne Nemesh), not prairie points. This one is top priority on my 2019 list.


3. Wanna Build a Snowman? by pattern by Dana Michelle.
Finished 1/16/18

4. Double 9 Patch from Fat Quarter Shop.
Finished 1/15/18

5. Double 9 Patch Table runner - using left over blocks from project above, I created a table runner.

Finished 1/16/18
You can see the post for #'s 3, 4, and 5, here.

8. Red and Cream BOM from Fig Tree Quilts


Finished April 22, 2018. Finishing details here.

9. Red and White - 2017
Not finished. I will be taking classes from Linda Hrcka in March. I am hoping I will get some inspiration for the quilting design from those classes. The Kentucky State Fair will have a special division for two-color quilts in 2019. I plan to get this entered. This is definitely on my 2019 list.

10. Finished. Star Crossed from Fig Tree Quilts. Sewn in 2017
I bought this as a kit from Fig Tree Quilts.


Find finish details here.
Completed September 23, 2018. 


11. Sherbet and Creams by Fig Tree Quilts
This was a mystery project from Joanna. I made some changes to the pattern. I made smaller circles and squares at the intersections. I preferred to have more of the curves visible.  


Finished 11/27/2018
Find finish details here.

12. 2015 Designer Mystery BOM from Fat Quarter Shop


Finished May 26, 2018. Gifted to granddaughter. Finishing details here.

13. Vice Versa BOM from Gen W Quilters
 I think this was from 2014. I never quilted it because I was not confident enough. This really needs a modern quilting plan.


Remaining steps: design quilting plan, load on long arm, quilt, trim, bind, label, add hanging sleeve.
Not finished. I got some quilting ideas from friends in the Kentuckiana Long Arm Quilt Guild. This will also move to the 2019 list.
 
14. Twirl Quilt by Fig Tree Quilts


I didn't take a picture of the assembled flimsy.
Remaining steps are: load on long arm, quilt, trim, bind, add label.
Not finished. I haven't been inspired with a quilting design for this one yet. It will also be added to the 2019 list.
 
15. Wild Card
Believe it or not, I still have many additional tops that need to be quilted. I will allow myself to chose one that I feel inspired to quilt.
Steps: load on long arm, quilt, bind, label.

 I didn't pull out any of my additional tops to finish. I did, however, participate in several Fat Quarter Shop Quilt Alongs:
Wild Geese Straight Furrows: here
Coffee Koozie: here
Fat Eighth Fruitcake: here, and here

Other Off the List Projects: here

16. Diamonds in the Sky - by Tula Pink Not finished.

I discovered an iQuilt class taught by Karen K. Stone called English Paper Piecing by Machine. I used her method to complete the assembly of this top. Details found here.
I don't like the way the kit is finished. I spent some time searching for the right fabrics to finish this off. I found the fabrics at the Fall Paducah AQS show. This will move to the 2019 list for completion.




17. Zoo Nouveau by Ann Myhre. This was a summer sampler project from The Quilt Show. 

This one now hangs in my family room. Finishing Details here.
Finished 2/18/18

18. Pumpkin Patch Lane - 6 installment BOM designed by Arlene Stamper and Melissa Harris.

 

Finishing details here.
Gifted to granddaughter.
Finished 4/14/18

6 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

They are all wonderful finishes. I do adore the Audubon - cardinals and chickadees are my favorite winter birds. Your quilting is just stunning as well.

dq said...

Your 18 in 2018 was a real success! I love Pumpkin Patch Lane. The design is so darling, and your fabrics are perfect!

The Designer Mystery BOM from Fat Quarter Shop is absolutely gorgeous as well. I love that it is done in black and blue. I have loved watching it this year.

Sherbet and Creams is almost my favorite. I love the variety of background fabrics used because that is my style. It is is pretty!

Your quilting on the Double 9 Patch is AMAZING! I am so inspired by it and will visit it often for further inspiration. I don't understand why you would stress about doing the Vice Versa quilting. It will be gorgeous!

A Left-Handed Quilter said...

That's quite a list!! Congratulations!! Hope you have a VERY Happy New Year! - ;))

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dq said...

Your quilting is absolutely stunning! When I grow up I want to be like you (ha ha).

I have a low shank machine and just purchased several rulers that are thinner for a low shank. I did not know you could order a foot with a platform to accomodate the thicker rulers on a low shank. I will have to look into that.