Reality Check…

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Reality Check…


I don’t know about you but I am so happy that March is here. We had so much snow in February I can’t count the number of times I had to shovel or use the snowblower. But I don’t want to complain too much because moisture is always appreciated in Colorado.

Completed Projects:

February Challenge for the Michael Miller Fabrics Brand Ambassadors


Completed quilt tops

Quilty Fun – This quilt top is still with my long arm specialist.

Sweetwater Patchwork Christmas – ready for long arm quilting.


Partially assembled quilt tops

Coast to Coast 2017 – no progress

Coast to Coast 2018 – no progress

Just Blocks and Stuff

Slow Your Roll sew along – Caught up on the blocks for this quilt


American Jane BOM – this one is another stretch goal for the Slow Your Roll Sew Along. I will start working on this one in the next few weeks.

Vintage Christmas – no progress

Autumn Love – no progress

Farm Girl Vintage 2 – I am a couple weeks behind with the official sew along but I continue to complete a couple blocks each week.

Sew Alongs and Brand Ambassador Projects

2020 Color Challenge – February is done.


Michael Miller Fabrics March Project – This one is done but I cannot share until March 20th.

Michael Miller Fabrics Peek into Batiks BOM – the first block is posted, and I’ve completed the second block. That post will be coming soon.


Michael Miller Fabrics April Project – I have my project planned.

Michael Miller Fabrics May Project – I have my project planned.

Michael Miller Fabrics June Project – I have my project planned.

Other sewing projects

Vintage Christmas cross stitch – I work on this occasionally.

Projects to start

Tree skirt – no progress

Oh dear. The list is just getting longer. But it’s ok, because I feel like I’ve done some really good sewing and there are so many great things coming up that I am excited to share with you. Welcome to March!


2 thoughts on “Reality Check…

  1. onecreativefamily

    The last block is so pretty. I love the richness of the colors.

  2. Quilting is in my Blood

    That batik star is so beautiful! Take care, Mary.

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