I had a week of vacation to prepare for that. Now, my seasonal layoff starts! Yeah! My favorite time of the year! So I only go to work 8 hours a week until mid-January. What does that mean? Time to revisit my UFO list and see what I can reasonable expect to finish. My Hungarian Heritage quilt is high on my list to complete. I had to take my machine in for servicing but I figure I can cut out the pieces and get them ready for the stitching. Only 2 left. I did decide to make 3 more that go the wrong way to make up for the mistake I made previously. Maybe 1 in each corner.
Another easy finish will be my clam shell quilt. It was about an inch off square so I'm blocking it as we speak. I liked it better before. I think I wish I'd used a solid for the borders but I don't know if it means enough to me to change it out at this point.
I'm finished with my Crazy Quilt Journal Project 2017. I bought a hexagon template to square up my hexis but it was the wrong size! Dang it! So, I trimmed best I could. A couple are a little smaller than the others and I wonder if I printed the patterns out wrong to begin with. That pesky "print to fill page" non-sense bites me in the butt from time to time. Here's a couple ideas for the end product. I've got to finish off each one and then sew them together.
Okay, I'll give you a break for now. Next time, I'll show you the bigger list... The ones I'm not sure if I have a shot at finishing. I'm pretty sure my list is longer this year, which is dumb. I like to keep it under control but there is always a shiny new project right in front of me!!