Progress!

I am excited to share my progress for the week, so please be impressed. I get so easily distracted by lots of creative ideas of things to make, so I’m happy when I finish what I originally set out to do.

First, I finished my red wonky star mini quilt.red wonky start mini Q

I really like making these mini quilts because they are quick and also a great way for me to practice my machine quilting.

Backing for Red Wonky StarI love how these look for the holiday season! Not sure yet where I’ll put these; maybe just hang them at my desk at work, since it’s so drab there.

green-red wonky starsI like these so much that I started another set for a gift for someone.

more xmas wonky starsI made lots of progress on my fall table runner too!

fall table runner ready to be quiltedI pieced it, sandwiched it, and now it’s ready to be quilted. I haven’t decided whether to do a free motion design or random wonky lines. I am even ready with the binding.

binding for fall table runnerMy goal is to finish this table runner on Sunday because today I have to make chili, cornbread, and cookies for our Halloween party tonight. Happy Halloween everyone!

13 thoughts on “Progress!

  1. Everything looks great Terri! I love those wonky stars! They’d make great candle mats! Enjoy your party this evening, I’m taking the little ninja (Colby) and the future veterinarian (Bethany) trick-or-treating.

  2. The table runner looks lovely so far. I can’t wait to see it when you are finished. The stars are beautiful too. That’s such a great idea to take them to your work.
    Hope you are having a good weekend! 🙂

  3. That is the cheeriest Autumn table runner I think I’ve ever seen! Often Autumn colorways can be a little uncheery, at least in my view, but that one is sweet and upbeat! Enjoy a sewy Sunday!!

  4. Ditto on the easily distracted by another project. Love your little mini wonky star quilts, perfect for Christmas. Your table runner is coming along nicely also, very cute. Happy Halloween!!

  5. I love those wonky stars! I should really give those a try. What a bright, festive table runner. What fabric are you using for the binding? It looks so charming!

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