Reviewing what I said I hoped to finish in Q2 this year I was surprised to see, despite the last few fallow weeks, that I was quite productive. And what I thought was my solitary creation of June was in fact not strictly true with a couple of finishes in early June.
This is the usual Q2 montage showing successes and failures.
So item 2 was finished and is a Thread House Retreat bee for Siblings Together. Incidentally this was the time, a couple of months ago, when I had a lawn and not a parched prairie! The UK is going through a very hot and extended dry period.
Item 3 was another quilt for Siblings Together this time from left over blocks.
Item 4 was a bag for one of the children that has come over from the Chernobyl region for a hoiday in N Wales. The lovely Jen organises us each year to make bags and table toppers. Look at that lovely green grass…..sob
Item 5 a baby quilt for a friend’s first grandaughter
Item 6 is another bee quit this time another Thread House Retreat Bee quilt, in fact the second quilt from this block as I had so many sent from my kind bee mates.
Now to Q3. Part of the time we are away on holiday but if I can get some free time I should be able to get back on track. So I’m going to be ambitious…..
1. is a ST quilt by Bee 4. This is getting a bit overdue The problem was it needed a fair few extra blocks.
2. This is another ST quilt by Bee 2 this time. I have the blocks though again a few extra may be needed
3. This quilt top needs to be quilted. I think this could be a favourite
4. I’m determined to crack on and get this pattern made of Aneela Hoey called the booklet pouch
5. A bit of an experiment this one. A scrappy Robbing Peter to Pay Paul design but hopefully modernised
6. I need a replacement quilt for the kitchen I like these first few blocks for their 3d effect