2019 Quilt Re-Cap

Time to look over the year's projects.
Sixteen quilts completed and only
one UFO--my "ongoing" project.
(I really should pull that back out soon.)

In some ways I feel like I should've gotten a few more
made but we had some major events occur and
quite a bit of travel so maybe I should just
call it great that I got this much done.

First Breath of Dawn

Finished 1-15
For our bed

Finished 2-21-19

The Scrappy Mini Blocks

Still going...

Completed 4-5

Second West Point Quilt
From BEAST to Butter Bars

Completed 8-10
For son

Completed 3-1
For daughter

Completed 5-20-19
Gift for son's coach

72 X 82
Completed 9-24

Autumn Nights (Star Patch #2)

85 X 96
Completed 10-21

Dresden Quilt

84 X 84
Completed 12-29
If you missed this one, check out yesterday's post.

Baby Quilt #1:  Pooh

47 X 47
Completed 9-3

Baby Quilt #2:  Chandelier

42 X 54
Completed 9-24
Gift for granddaughter

Matching fabric baskets
Completed 12-20

60 X 67
Completed 11-9
gift for grandson

Snow on the Farm

92 X 109
Completed 12-11
For our bed

Coffee Theme Quilt

72 X 72
Completed 12-19

30's Sampler

59 X 76
Completed 9-3

Table Runner

12 X 33
Completed 10-15
(birthday gift) 

Scrap Happy Wall Hanging

40 X 40
Completed 10-11

Monthly Banners
January through May completes the set

March complete 3/1  April completed 4/2

May completed 5/5

With that, 2019 is officially down in the books.
Anyone have a favorite?  Do I have a favorite?
That's tough.  I think it's my son's second
West Point quilt--the one I took up to him--because it has
so much meaning and some of my own designing in it.
He told me the other day that other cadets are still
telling him how "cool" it is.
I also really love the fall quilts and Snow on the Farm
turned out prettier than I ever thought--and I get to
look at it every single day.
The coach's quilt was really fun to give, and then there
are the two quilts for my grandkids:  I saw the I-Spy
this past weekend when my daughter brought it over
for her son to play on and I kind of did a double-take.
It's not my usual style but it turned out so cool-looking!
Another one of those "picture doesn't do it justice" things.

Looking back always makes me want to plan ahead!

Merry Christmas, happy New Year & happy quilting!

(quilt pattern info on 2019 tab)


That is quite a lot you finished. And most of them are large, too. Congrats.