It is a new year, so why not start a new quilt! I do have plans on finishing my old works in progresses, but I think that they have graduated to that UFO state. I notice that there are a lot of resolutions out there to finish quilts, but I will get there — one day! In the meantime, I have a number of baby quilts to start and finish. Here is a a great start to the new year.
On Sunday, I worked on a Floating Triangles quilt. The pattern is by Julie Herman of Jaybird Quilts Blog in her book, Skip the Borders. All in one day, I cut into my stash of greens, chain pieced, assembled, and basted. It could have easily been a quilt in a day if my bedtime wasn’t so early! I even had an extra helper — Jimmy. In the picture, you can see that he is having a blast with the scraps. I also cut extra squares until I ran out of black fabric. When I finally order more, there may be a twin of this quilt soon. I will hopefully be able to share this completed quilt, resulting in the first finish of 2013.
Lee from Freshly Pieced Blog is hosting the Work-In-Progress Wednesday Link-Up. Check out what other projects are brewing for 2013!