Rather than making a New Year's resolution to finish all of my WIP's, which just begs failure, I'm joining the Finish-a-long at Quilter in the Gap.
Rhonda had the brilliant idea of hosting a quarterly contest to encourage quilters everywhere to finish outstanding projects. Projects we loved enough to start, but whatever the reason, we just didn't seem to get around completing. The week before each quarter, we post a link to the projects we intend to finish during that particular quarter. At quarter's end, we post a link to each completed project.
At the top of my list for Q1 is the Mod Mosaic charity quilt top made for Project Linus in December 2011, fabric courtesy of Patricia Bravo (blogged here). The backing fabric is in the bottom right corner. This project needs to be sandwiched, quilted and bound.
Next up is Antonio's Urban Chic quilt top, which I pieced in June 2011 (blogged here). Backing fabric is in the bottom right corner. To finish I need to sandwich, quilt and bind it. My guy's been so patient. I really should be a good mommy and finish this quilt.
That's all I can handle this quarter. There should have been another quilt on this list (the one Martina demanded I finish). But since writing the note above, Martina has lost interest in her finished quilt top and has requested a new one. It's to be a Mod Mosaic quilt using Patricia Bravo's Poetica in the Seafoam Symphony palette. Thank goodness that collection isn't on the market yet! Poetica is slated to be released in February, so that gives me a little time to finish up these other quilts.