Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Starting Out with Quilter's Accountability

So, I just found Bari's blog and learned about her "Quilter's Accountability" weekly reports. I obviously don't have anything to report on from the last week, since I'm new to participating. But, I'll define some goals for THIS week, and will report back next week on how I do. I'm going to be out of town for a few days, so I'm going to keep my goals modest for this week.

First, I'd like to get this turned into an actual top, that I could hand off to someone else in the guild to finish up (it's for our charity project):

I've chosen the fabric for the setting squares and triangles -- a Kona solid in Espresso.

Then, I'd really like to get the borders on this, and perhaps make the backing as well. I talk more about this one here (well, I talk more about both of these in that post, actually):

For this week, that's enough. If I get to more than that, great -- but if not, I should be able to at least do this much.

Thanks for coming by to play. Come back again soon. And check out Bari's post, and see how others did last week.


  1. Espresso! I can hardly wait to see that with those blocks! Good luck!

  2. I like your projects...They sound Yummy!!! LOL

  3. We are happy to have you join us with Quilter's Accountability Reports - hopefully they will help you as much as they have the rest of us!

    I love both those scrappy quilts - very fun! Hopefully with your travel schedule you will get these done. Can't wait to see teh Espresso with those blocks also. That should look great!

    Thanks for joining us and looking forward to seeing you again next week.


  4. @ Tamera, Julianne & Bari:

    Thanks for stopping by, and for the nice comments. I'm hopeful that it will help to have to report back next week ;-) We'll see...


  5. Both of those are going to make great quilts! Love the color choices.