And another view:
For 2011, my first goal is to complete the WIPs I'm in the middle of:
- Dream On Layer Cake Quilt Along Quilt: I'm a few blocks behind on this one (the end of the semester was full of GRRs), but I hope to catch up soon and stay caught up. :)
- Mug rugs: The hexie one for a friend, and one for me, and one for the Mr. And that should do it. Maybe.
- Tweetygigs: My daughter's twin-sized pinwheel quilt made with mostly Tweet Tweet. Here's a closer shot of my progress--I'm 26 blocks down, 41 to go. (Click for a better view!)
- And of course I forgot to include in the pile the hand-pieced spring wallhanging I'm in the middle of, so here's a slightly older progress picture:
- Falling Geese: The beautiful batiks on the corner of my cabinet are going to be a fall wallhanging of flying geese--browns and russets and greens, oh my.
- Origins All in a Row: A queen-sized quilt for our bed, made with the Origins jelly rolls using the Line Art pattern adapted from the recent Quilts & More magazine.
- Color Z Happy: The stack of colorful fabric at the top of this picture
was picked out as a Christmas gift for me from my daughter, and it will look fabulous hanging in her room. :)
- At Home for Advent: An advent calendar from the Christmasy fabric in the center of that last picture, using Lee's tutorial from FreshlyPieced.
- A Central Park-and-grey HST pillow, to brighten a friend's new home.
- The fireworks flimsy hanging off my chair is a randomly-pieced giant thing that was originally intended to be a backing for my Fireworks stack-n-whack quilt that I made several years ago. I got impatient, and got the Fireworks quilt finished with a plain back, and now I have enough fabric and black batting for this flimsy. The plan is that I'm going to learn free-motion quilting with it and use it as a utility quilt--except I've had the batting and backing for a year now...
- Links: The little green-and-white makeup case in the picture is what I use for my hand-piecing kit, and I would like to make a blue-and-white-and-red quilt out of that pattern, as a Quilt of Valor.
Wow. I didn't think I had all that much fabric, but when I put it all together like that, I've got quite the list! I'll be excited to see how this pile changes over the course of the year...