Q1 2016 Finish-Along Goals

Yay, it's Finish-Along time again! In case you missed it, I'm a pretty goal-oriented person. I find it motivating and would probably not getting anything done if I didn't make a game of things. I like my gold stars, thank you very much. ;)

Like last quarter, my list this quarter is going to be more ambitious than realistic, but it will give me the flexibility to finish whatever I feel like finishing. Remember, we like flexibility this year.

1) Rainbow House quilt - the top is done. Will blog about that soon when I can get a good picture of it because it's huge!


2) Colour Pop - it's being quilted right now. This one has the best chance of getting finished, I think. 


3) Heart Strings - some hand stitching and quilting to go. I would really like to finish this one too. 


4) If A Tree Falls - top is assembled! 


5) Leggings Light - Haven't shared this yet, but I want to turn these fabulous bee blocks from my Canadians Quilt Bee into a quilt. 

6) Going Fractal - needs to be sandwiched and quilted. 



Linking up with the fabulous peeps for the 2016 Finish-Along. What are you hoping to finish this quarter?

6 comments:

  1. Great list!! I will enjoy watching you finish them!

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  2. All gorgeous projects! Can't wait to see your finishes. Good luck! :-)

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  3. Lovely projects! Good luck!

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  4. Good luck with your goals. I can't wait to see them finished.

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  5. Your first three projects are just knocking my socks off. Stunning.

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  6. Lovely projects M-R! Always good to be flexible :) Thanks so much for linking up with the Finish-A-Long! (and hope to see you soon!)

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