Saturday, May 01, 2010

Charming Goals...Check! Check! and Check!

Well I think I did pretty well this month...I wasn't really sure until I started making my check marks when I started this post. You've already seen most of these pictures but I thought I'd better get them all in one place for the Charming Girl Club.

Goal 1...The Civil War Tribute BOM blocks...there are 6 that need to be done this month.I goofed on this goal...there were only 4 blocks instead of 6
Goal 2...Probably 2 Jelly Roll Sampler blocks

Goal 3...The Country Loft BOM block...it has some paper piecing...that make me very nervous.

Goal 4...My Year of Shcnibbles quilt...Tagalong

Goal 5...Cut and sew the finishing kit for the Designer BOM

Goal 6...Block 11 of the Designer BOM...Block 11 is the one just above the empty spot.
Goal 7...Do at least 2 more quilts for Mountain Baby Blankets...I got 2 more done but the battery went dead on my camera so I didn't get a picture.

I'm happy to say...it was a very good month...Now it's May...new goals!

24 comments:

Luv 2 Kreate said...

Congrats on such WONDERFUL finishes!

Dianne said...

well, I'd say you did quite well! great job!

Carol said...

You did have a good sewing month. That's awesome!

Cara said...

Awesome work! It's great to be able to meet so many goals.

Darlene said...

Wowzer - a very productive month indeed. You had your sewing machine humming all month. Woohoo!

Charge up those batteries - need to see the cute baby quilts, too.

Thimbleanna said...

I'd say you did a great job Carol -- good for you!!!

Gypsy Quilter said...

Just let me know when you run low on projects . . . I've a few baggies to share! LOL

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Is goal 8 to sleep?? You have been sewing like mad over there. I love all of the things your doing. Your civil war one is soooo neat. I love that block. Great job!

Kate said...

Congrats on a very successful month!

joan said...

I repeat WOW! Carol you did well,
and they are all so beautiful. You are an inspiration...

Karen said...

I like the blocks you made this month for the Civil War Tribute.

Allie said...

My gosh you had a productive month - those Civil War tribute blocks are incredible!

QuiltSue said...

I love the first set of blocks.

You had a very good month with some great things to show for it.

Lori said...

Woo-Hoo!! Way to go!! Bravo! Bravo!

Ann at Prairie Primrose said...

That is wonderful! You had a productive month for sure. Your projects are all lovely.

beth said...

beautiful blocks and quilts! YEAH for finishes!

Cathy said...

Very good month!!! You are a "quilting fool" these days! LOL And everything is beautiful.....I love all the fabrics that you have chosen.

Loris said...

Wow! Amazing work and it is all beautiful. Sit back and enjoy it all. You deserve a rest :-)

Dandelion Quilts said...

Looks great...that paper pieced one is neat, even if it did make you nervous.

Sue said...

Just beautiful display of projects! You have been one busy lady! I am always amazed at how much work one person can get done in a month. I'm lucky if I can get one project done! LOL

Ginger Patches said...

You rock!!! I finished nada this month :(

Kelly@ Charming Chatter said...

Oh Carol - I love your Civil War blocks, your Tagalong - and your Mystery Designer BOM is BEAUTIFUL!! Way to sew girl!!!

Thelma said...

Carol, Congratulations on a very productive month of April.

The civil war blocks are amazing. Hancock's in Paducah had that quilt as a kit in their store, it was in almost every basket I saw. It's going to be an amazing finish.

Martinique made a lovely Tagalong.

Those blocks from your Country Loft BOM are amazing. I'm not sure why the paper piecing made you nervous, they look marvelous!

I hope you have a productive May, I read where there are no goals for May and June, I will miss the posts from the folks who participated.

Yvette said...

WOW! You sure accomplished a lot! Congrats!

I have those designer mystery blocks in a drawer. You have made me want to dig it out and get it done.