But I’m Not Done Yet!

Quarter 3 of the FINISHALONG has come to a close and I’m Not Done Yet! 

Things I did get done are Aromatic Rings which I LOVE, and the quilting by Terry Burris Quilting is beautiful.

Sharp Dressed Man which I love!

Fretwork 3 which is adorable, huge and already gifted prior to photo!

Not on the list and I have no idea how these missed my “Master List”

Eye Spy! – It’s on there now and all the spaces are checked off!

Trinkets – This was my very first Sew A Long from 2019…and it’s complete. This was also beautifully quilted by Terry Burris Quilting.

Although it was on the “Master List” but not on this quarters list I also got these done from a long languishing project challenge.

Not finished but there was progress:

Arabasque Cake Mix – change in plan for this one, but the tops are pieced.  These will be charity quilts.

EPP Hexi Table Runner – Hand quilting very slowly in front of the television, sometimes with my eyes closed.

Didn’t even touch:

Australian Wall Hanging or Blue and Brown Pineapple Blocks

Initially I was disappointed with my progress, but when I look at it in pictures and words, I feel sew much better. In another week I’ll be deciding what my last quarter plan will be. Although I am finding I get distracted an don’t always stick to the plan, I am making steady progress, and for that I am grateful.

About divadiversion

Creative procrastinator. Cock eyed optimist. Family historian - with the story being the important part. Quilt coach, lecturer and creator. Scrapbooker, card maker. Modern vintage. Wine lover. Explore new places, let's travel - let's go!
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2 Responses to But I’m Not Done Yet!

  1. Sandie says:

    I don’t know how you could feel even the least bit disappointed. I’m amazed at what you’ve done! I wanted to say I have a favorite, but they all please me in different ways.
    Yay, you, Diane!
    And…. I have to say how lucky you are to have that master quilter sister!

    • It’s funny. I plod along, and never feel like I’m getting anywhere. Then I look back and realize I have. And that is why I blog. So I have to take some time to look over my shoulder and see that indeed, I’ve moved forward. Thank you Sandie. I might have a favorite too, but then I look and “oh that came out pretty good”. I am incredibly lucky to have such a good quilter that loves me! I’d never finish a thing without her.

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