A Lovely Year of Finishes – January Finish Party

I have to apologize for my multiple posts in one day this week – there’s just so much to share and only so much time in a month to share it all – I don’t want to forget anything!  My next post today is for the ‘A Lovely Year of Finishes’ I’m participating in.  1930s repro sampler

My goal for the January was to finish this 1930s Repro top – and I did!  It is currently at a long arm quilters, Marcia’s Crafty Sewing & Quilting,  waiting its turn for quilting!

I did manage to finish a few other things since my mid-month check in that I would like to share with you as long as I have your attention.

Kiragami Flake Pillow

Here is my Kirigami Flake Pillow I made for the ‘My Favorite Color’ Project QULITING Challenge.  I blogged about how I did it HERE.

IMG_4555 This coming Saturday, February 2nd I’ll be a vendor a the 6th Annual Valentine Craftacular.  So, I’ve been working on a few new things for my booth – above are some fun bill folds I made for the show.  Some are made with really fun fabrics – others with scraps of quilted fabrics I had left over from other projects.  They’re the perfect size to hold money and they’re cute to boot!  I added some fun pieces of twill tape to add that little extra to them.  I have a few more plans in mind to do this week but we’ll just have to see what my time allows for…

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I already have a few ideas on what I want to finish for February…stop by early next month to see what my new goals are!

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