It always amazes us on how fast the year comes to an end. How did it become December??? It's a month of lights, snow and feasts; time to make amends and tie up loose ends; finish up what you started and hope your wishes come true.
The 'Quilty 365' or my Leap Year (366) quilt will be one of those projects that will be coming to a finish. This is November's four rows completed. I have loved this project from the start and Slow Sunday Stitching has been a blessing to keep at all those hand stitches. The layout will only have 360 circles on the front, but the last 6 (well already made) will be part of the label on the back.
November's block came out yesterday and the December block won't be until late in the month, so the Westering quilt will be more of a 2017 finish. Barbara announced the new BOM for next year and I added the button. Yes, this Yankee better make this quilt, too. I look forward to the history of quilting in this region of New York.
This is Debby Kratovil's Adinkra African quilt and I look forward to the last block. Not sure I will get the alternate blocks done, but everything is kitted and ready when I have time. AND yes, I am doing borders on this one.
Of course I have the two hexie projects, but they are not a worry in finishing this month or even into next year. They are my soothing whispers to carry on as long as they take.
I have the Gail Pan stitchery and there was one other Let's Book It mini I didn't finish - maybe........ Then there is the binding on the BEAR quilt and my granddaughter's quilt (not started). We are expecting snow thru next week and that will be a good time for those.
There is, also, present wrapping to do - with some help - I think.