Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Progress

Goodnight Irene is sewn together.


And because I am purposing to finish my UFO's this year, I'm finishing up the binding on this table topper.


What things are you making progress on??

Happy Quilting!


23 comments:

Terry said...

Your goodnight Irene is just beautiful! I love those fabrics...they just make me smile! :0)

Denise :) said...

Nicely done on both counts, Jocelyn! :)

imquilternity said...

I love your Goodnight Irene quilt. It's gorgeous and your fabric choices were wonderful... really makes it "pop." I'm surprised that so many are finishing up so quickly!! Are you going to start something new now?

Mary Truax said...

that really is nice. like the bright scrappy points.

Val said...

You are amazing! These are beautiful. And just wanted to let you know that I am back blogging. Still facebooking too but miss my blogging buddies. Looking forward to catching up with you.

Carrie P. said...

love the fabrics you used in goodnight irene.

Barb said...

What a fun quilt...both are really lovely.

Joanne Lendaro said...

Love the bright scrappy on the Goodnight Irene and the table topper is perfect! Just loading quilt #19 for the month, I'm thinking I might use Friday as a sew day for ME!!!

Susan Lindquist said...

Lover the happy colors of 'Good Night Irene' ... you're fast ... I started an 'Irish Chain' variation and have been using strips to make the nine path segments ... fast going, but my eyes tire easily these days so my goal is to make two to four block a day. Maybe by the end of the February I'll have the quilt face done! Slow and steady ...

Lori said...

your projects are wonderful. Well I am not working on any WIP. At least I don't think I will be this year. My son is getting married end of May 2015. They are both civil war re-enactors so their wedding will be civil war themed. I am making them a queen sized civil war quilt. Plus making myself a three tierd dress using a civil war pattern style. My daughter is one of the brides maides and she is in CA so I will be sewing her dress also. And at this point I don't know what else for the wedding I will be sewing. LOL should be a fun year.

Judy said...

Love the Goodnight Irene! Such FUN fabrics!

Patty said...

I love the bright happy look of your quilt. Thanks for sharing. It's been a long year but my UFO's are done! My WIP's are not. I divided both groups by years. Five or more years old is a UFO and four or less years is a WIP. My focus was on the older projects. Today I finished my last binding. I worked on my new projects in between the UFO's. I feel like a free quilter at last.

Deb@asimplelifequilts said...

Goodnight Irene is a beauty... I love the bright lively colors you used! Good luck with your UFO Busting.

Rosa said...

Well done.Both are just beautiful!

Jayne said...

I did a quilt like your 'good night Irene', except it was called Retro Cross Roads and I used feedsack! Love your fabric choice!

Pokey said...

Your quilt is great, are you happy with the way it finished? Good for you to have 2 projects to show progress on. Happy Sunday ~
:-}pokey

Michele said...

I really like your Irene.

Jeanna said...

Your Goodnight Irene quilt is very pretty...love your fabric choices!

Congrats on completing a UFO... I'm trying to work through some of those myself :)

Karen said...

Your Irene quilt is bright and cheery. It is a very pretty quilt.

Michelle said...

Your 'Irene' looks great!

Lucy Mclaurin said...

What fabulous colours in your Goodnight Irene! It looks so bright and happy.

Kim said...

I love your bright and cheery colors. Mine is almost done. S trying to decide on how to quilt it because I can't have UFOs hanging around. They get most😒

Lynda said...

Love your Irene quilt top - the colours are so happy. It's a good year for finishing up UFO's.