Wednesday 31 July 2019

One Monthly Goal for July

As usual, it took to the very end of the month for me to meet my goal for the month, but we got there.  Thank goodness for accountable goals to get me over the line.

My goal was to turn this little pile of fabric into a table runner, the same as I made as a swap gift some years ago.

Happily I met my goal. The twister ruler gives such an effective pattern.

The fabrics in the centre are from one of Anni Downs' ranges.  The outer border is not hers but compliments it beautifully.

I quilted it with my walking foot.  Lots of twists and turns as I echo quilted each windmill section. 

I do love the colours.  They go rather nicely with our old table and dresser.

Not only is this my One Monthly Goal, it is also a finish for One Project a Month with Kris.  There were also a couple of  "in the background" goals as well, which I met and shared here

I'm so happy to have met my goals each month this year.  While I haven't completed many UFOs, I haven't created any more.  That is a great feeling.

Pop over to Elms Street Quilts to see what everyone else achieved during the month.

Now to decide what to work on next month.


Maria said...

Well done Janice! I really like the way you quilted your lovely table runner and it does match not only your table and dresser but the chairs as well.

Jenny said...

Always great to have a finish, and your table runner is looking good on your table. Well done!

Cheryll said...

It's a great finish Janice. Well done...xox

Patty said...

Love the runner!1 Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish!

kiwikid said...

Beautiful tabel runner, and well done in meeting your monthly goal.