One Monthly Goal, January

One Monthly Goal, January Finish!

My goal for January was to quilt a top I stitched together back in March of 2016.

Goal accomplished!

I quilted, bound, and mailed the quilt off to the relief program set up for those affected by the Smoky Mountain/Gatlinburg fires.

I did a simple programed wavy stitch across the quilt and then went back and stitched diagonally across the quilt following the center and edge of the quilt blocks.

I used a variegated King Tut from Superior Threads.

Here’s hoping for 11 more months of successfully meeting the One Monthly Goal!

Join in the fun at Elm Street Quilts.

Hmmm. What should my February goal be?


11 Responses to “One Monthly Goal, January”

  1. Deb from Frugal Little Bungalow Says:

    I think it is wonderful that this was sent to a relief project! :) What a beautiful gesture.

    My son and DIL and the grandchildren spent a short vacation there this past summer and it was so awful to view the devastation a few months later

  2. Billie Says:

    Looking good.

  3. Liz Says:

    Congrats on your finish! Recipient will be smiling from ear to ear with this quilt!

  4. Patty Says:

    That quilt is beautiful and it is very nice that you donated it. Congrats on your finish and thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal.

  5. Anita Jackson Says:

    Love the randomness of your stitching! Gorgeous! The variegated thread sets it perfectly!

  6. Ioleen Says:

    Love the way this turned out.

  7. Chris Says:

    I love the wavy quilting stitches. I might just do that on my quilt.

  8. Karen Says:

    A lovely finish. An interesting design.

  9. karla brown Says:

    I love the way your quilt turned out –the movement is fantastic.

  10. Inch by Inch Quilting Says:

    Congratulations on finishing this lovely quilt, lucky recipient.

  11. Jeanna Says:

    A super nice finish, congratulations. I love the King Tut variegated thread. I have a few spools myself.

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