January Block Report

Well, here we are, February 1st. These months go by quickly, don’t they?

I’m keeping track of the blocks I make during each month this year. I have a specific page in my planner to note them. I thought I was keeping pretty good track until I reviewed the blocks this morning. I need to add to my total in my planner!

Here’s the review of what I accomplished during January.

182 Days of Winter Solstice Challenge – I am keeping up with this so far, having made 6 blocks this month.

Twirl Me Pillow – This pattern consisted of 16 paper-pieced blocks. I have completed this project. I will add a center button, once I decide on one.

Sundrops Quilt – I completed this quilt top this month, and it is now in the hands of Connie, who will do the quilting for me. This quilt had 39 blocks.

The 70273 Project – So far I have sewn 27 blocks for this project. These go together so quickly!

Little Wool Sampler Quilt – I finished the last of the nine blocks for this project. This was a Quilt Along, so I’m waiting for the final instructions on completing this quilt.

Commission Quilt – I began working on this quilt, which I am making at the request of a friend. I have completed 3 blocks. My goal is to complete 2 blocks per day, at least. I’ll keep you in the dark on this one until it has been given to the new owner.

The Commission Quilt pieces

If I tally up the block count, I have made 92 blocks this month.

I need to do this each month. I often finish a month, or even a week, and don’t feel like I’ve made much progress at all. Reviewing my month is really helpful for me.

Do you follow the progress of your work?

Happy stitching, friends!

Wendy

 

3 thoughts on “January Block Report”

  1. I think you did good, my friend, for the first month of the year! I tried to keep track early last year of what I sewed each day. I had a calendar just for that. But after a couple months it went by the wayside. This year I am trying to write down when I totally finish something. Think I might have missed a couple things already!

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