Friday, January 2, 2015

2014 Quilt Overview

It's nice to look back and see what I accomplished quiltwise during the year. I see most of them are small. These are quilts that I completed. I didn't necessarily start them this year.













So, my plan for January is to get a few things accomplished that have been sitting for a couple of months in my sewing room. I'm headed to Bonnie's cabin at Buck Mtn later this month and am hoping to get a lot of sewing done while there. I'm already thinking ahead as to the projects I'll send before I get there.
Now that the holidays are over it's nice to have something to look forward to during the short wintery days of January and February.

PS- JODYBIRD, you left a comment on my Christmas miracle story but you are a "no-reply commentor" so I have no way of contacting you. Please email me.

Love to you all! Have a fantastic weekend.

34 comments:

  1. Beautiful parade of quilts! Thanks for sharing!
    (If JODYBIRD doesn't respond, I'd be more than happy to snag up her prize! Haha!)

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  2. Lucky you get to go to Quiltvilla! Jealous here in cold Washington State. I made more small quilt this year too, thanks to a couple QAL's.

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  3. You accomplished a lot this past year. I don't remember the tree quilts. I like the flag on the log cabin. Your biggest finishes are the Sally Post and the Linda Brannock flower quilt (which I have the patterns and have not done one thing towards starting).

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  4. 16 quilts !!! Wow...bravo Lori, they are all amazing !
    And the 10th is on my "to do list" ! ( from the book "the blue and the gray" isnt'it ?)
    Congrats ! ;)

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  5. Quite a years worth of accomplishments! Best of luck with all your 2015 Quilt projects.

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  6. Lori,
    so many beautiful quilts, great quilting year in 2014.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  7. I thoroughly enjoyed the quilt show. You have more big finishes than I do, by far. Everything looks so good, I wish I could copy them all! (That will never happen!)
    How fun to escape to Buck Mountain.

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  8. Some gorgeous quilts. You had a great year.

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  9. 2014 was a great year for you! Happy new year!

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  10. What a beautiful collection of quilts! You got so much done. What is the quilt w Geese sashing. Number 10 ? I don't remember you telling us about it

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  11. I like every single one of your finishes. I'm looking forward to what you make in 2015!

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  12. You have made a lot of beautiful quilts this year and you reminded me that I have some log blocks that someone gave me, maybe a runner or maybe single ones with an appliqué, like that idea too.

    Debbie

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  13. A wide variety of fun quilts. Have a good time at Bonnie's sew, sew, sewing.

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  14. Many beautiful quilts! Love seeing the big ones and the minis! Have fun with Bonnie!

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  15. Big and small I love them all. What a great group of finished quilts. Happy 2015. Can't wait to see what you are going to work on next.

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  16. What a fantastic recap. It's amazing what one person can accomplish in a year. Small quilts do not always reflect the amount of work that's involved. Sounds like 2015 is off to a fun start!

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  17. Fun to see all the quilts you made. Love the Sally Post one. The colors really pop. Have a great 2015!

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  18. Lovely quilts! I am working on that same quilt from the Blue and the Gray called Civil Unrest, just started in December. The nine patches came together quickly, and now I have the flying geese and cornerstones remaining. I can't wait, yours turned out so gorgeous!!

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  19. You are such an ispiration! What a beautiful collection of quilts you have made this year. Once again, Thank you for all y our inpiration.

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  20. Oh what a lovely collection of 'done' projects! You have had a very productive 2014!

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  21. I love you quilts. Thanks for sharing!

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  22. So many wonderful quilts! Love how scrappy most are and even the ones that aren't.:) You are always an inspiration!

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  23. You had a very productive year! I especially like your Sally Post quilt!

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  24. great quilts! Happy New Year

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  25. Great finishes! I was trying to pick a favorite, but I can't do it - I like them all!

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  26. I love them all, but that Sally Post is just gorgeous. Happy New Year with lots of quilting to you!

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  27. Wow, Lori, they are all beautiful! Sally Post is stunning. Happy New Year!

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  28. Super productive 2014! Love seeing all of them together. Looking forward to seeing your 2015 finishes!

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  29. Happy New Year. I'm tired from looking at all of your finishes. Fantastic. I just love your wool flower quilt. It is so Happy. Can't wait to see what you have going for the new year.

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  30. SEW FINISH IT was my phrase last year Lori, but I think it should have brrn yours. What a lovely display of finished word congratulations!

    Look forward to seeing how you do this year. Enjoy your retreat.

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  31. So many pretty projects here, as well as the basket qullt top in the other post :)

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  32. I am in awe of how many lovely quilts you completed this year! I always plan to finish one UFO a month in the new year and it lasts about 3 months....if I am good!

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