As always, I have so many projects that I want to do and then I keep finding more things to make along the way. So I have a mix of large (quilts), medium sized (bags), and smaller (mini quilts) projects on my list for this quarter.1. Road Trip Case : this is one of Anna @ Noodlehead's patterns and I have some fun fabrics (above) selected to make this. I haven't sewn with clear vinyl before so this might be interesting...
2. Red Letter Day quilt - the quilt top is done so I just need to decide on how to quilt it.
I have some lovely Bliss dots flannel here ready for the backing which is incredibly soft and cuddly.
3. And I would like to sew up a Red Letter Day mini block using a fussy cut Lizzy House Constellations print for the centre .
4. Super Tote: Another of Anna's fabulous patterns, this is a gift for a friend who is celebrating a special birthday this year - her favourite colour is green so I have a few prints selected already which I am going to team with some blue denim.5. Whilst I was looking in my stash recently, I came across another unfinished project which I hope to get done. The "Phoebe" pattern is by Melly and Me and makes up a cute elephant soft toy.
6. The Poolside tote pattern was released earlier this month and although we are in the middle of winter here, I thought I'd get ready for summer by making one:) I have chosen some pretty coral canvas for the outside and a cute Lisette ice cream print for the handles and lining.
7. AMH Feathers quilt: This one has been on my list for the past few quarters and I am really hoping to get it finished this time. I have quite a lot of feather blocks here which were made by my lovely fellow AusModBee members last year so this will make a nice Queen sized quilt.
8. I started these mini quilts for a friend a while ago and need to get them finished and mailed to her. I used one of the "Spell it with Moda" letter patterns for the "T" and the mini "Round and Round" pattern by Camille Roskelley for the other.
9. I just bought the Amy Butler Weekender pattern and I would really like to do a QAYG version using my Chicopee scraps. As well as the Weekender bag support group on flickr, there are plenty of great tips in the Weekender sew-along hosted by Love by Hand, Modern Handcraft and Chrissy at Sew Lux (who BTW made the fabulous version Camille had on her trip out here to Australia recently) which I have been studying as this bag is notoriously tricky!
10. Another fun QAL that has just been announced that I would like to participate in - the Sea Breeze mini is a nice little quilt which is made of HST and squares. Not sure if I will do the whole 9 blocks though so I have picked colours for 4 to begin with...