1. My first one should be pretty easy. All I have to do is square it and make the binding. I purchased some of Michael Miller's dumb dot online, but it is more hot pink and I'm just not feeling it. I think that I'll use the same baby pink for the binding, but I'm still not positive. Or the gray and pink dumb dots. Any suggestions? Either way I am in love with this girl starburst quilt, but since I have no baby girls I will be trying to sell it over at my etsy shop when I'm done..
2. I started this pinwheel quilt last month and finished the top within a week. I got stuck after an afternoon of quilting and not having much success. I am trying my hand at FMQ and did a small, tight loopy meander.
Hopefully this will push me to finish quilting and throw on the binding.
3. I started a second starburst quilt, but in a boy version. I've finished all the HST and flying geese and now I've started putting them together. I just messed up the placement of some of them and now have to rip out some seams. Bummer.
4. I just got the fabric in for my Foxy Scout quilt today and I'm super excited! After seeing this blog and quilt:
I immediately purchased the pattern and a 1/4 yard of each print from the boy line of Les Amis by Patty Solinger for Michael Miller Fabrics. I have been eyeing this fabric since I first saw it online and once I saw this quilt I knew I had to make one for my boys. I am going to try to make it as large as I can to fit my son's bed, but we will see with how much fabric I can use.
So that's my goal for February: 4 completely finished baby quilts. I am putting the pressure on! I need to get these done so I can try to sell them (well at least the girl ones) to make up for all my fabric spending!