23 February 2015

Make-A-List Color Monday

Where did last week go? I swear, it only felt like Tuesday, but it really was Friday. Not necessarily a bad thing, but I wasn't accomplishing much. Well, I was, but nothing I'd blog about. My laundry is not that fascinating.

But here were my goals from last week:
  • Quilt Fresh Air - Done! Blogging the pattern release in March, but here's a sneak peak:
A photo posted by Jennie (@porchswingquilts) on

  • Quilt and blog Posy Kiss Me Quilt - Done! Blogged here
  • Piece Flower Maxi flimsy - mid-week I changed my mind on how I wanted to do this quilt, so I had to pull some different fabrics. I'm pretty excited about this one now!
  • Piece Fresh Air Maxi flimsy - Almost done! Quilting soon.
Now for this week.
  • Quilt and bind Catching Rays Maxi
  • Quilt and bind Glamping Trips quilt
  • Finish Fresh Air Maxi flimsy
  • Finish piecing Flower Maxi flimsy
Color palette time. I really loved the warm weather palettes from last week. We even had a day or two of warmer weather. Almost 60 degrees a couple of days, so we headed to the zoo.

Now, for this week. No theme. Just something beautiful. I've got ideas for themes, but they don't always translate into pretty palettes. So for today, while my imagination is working, we've just got beautiful palettes.





4 comments:

  1. Is that quote from Lucille Ball how you manage to get so much done?! I am totally amazed by your list every week! Beautiful palettes, and love that quilt.

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  2. Oh I love this pattern! Is it found from you or someone else. I have a Lot of Bonnie & Camille. And your colors? Beautiful!! Wish someone would recommend a pattern for these wonderful colors!! God is so good to use such wonderful colors in nature!!

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  3. Oh my gorgeous Daysail! Well done! I just finished piecing the top of my (first) Catching Rays quilt. :) Thanks for the fantastic pattern!

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  4. Your palettes are gorgeous this week!!! I could say the same thing about last week. I’m so over being behind the ball, constantly. I’m still super impressed though that you got stuff done! :)

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"The more things you do, the more you can do."

Lucille Ball