This was a month of getting UFO's done. It sure feels great to get so many of them finished!
Here's my stack to take to Project Linus.
Gina had put out a plea for large boy quilts in late Dec. or early Jan. I already had these materials cut into strips so sized the strips and framed them in black. The problem was in getting it quilted. I got a cold in Jan and the cold medicine I took gave me a rash on my legs.....just like the reaction I had from the Leviquin two years ago. There were other things that interfered, also, so now it's March and it's done.
I'd found this adorable combination of fabrics quite a few years ago....a few reorganizations ago at JoAnn's. It's been made up for a long time, just waiting to be basted and quilted.
This is another quilt that took forever to get finished. I bought the picture squares so many years ago I just can't think how long I've had them. Found them in Oregon sometime when we were visiting Aunt Wonlyn. I think the girls were around 10 & 8, Just didn't know what to do with them so just kept moving them from one place to another. There's 10 of the prints, the other one's on the back.
This was our January block for Project Linus. It's a disappearing pinwheel. Slicing the pinwheel in third's each way and rearranging them creates the churn dash with a pinwheel in the center.
There is a blog that started a make-something-from-your-books challenge. This was the first one I did. I don't think I'll do any others.....just too much to do. I did it in February, in which the Rainbow Scrap Challenge color was pink. This is more salmon then pink but close enough to work for that. It measures 18 x 24 inches.