March One Monthly Goal

Setting one goal for the month has really helped me make progress on two projects so far this year.  I debated between two projects for this month and finally made my choice.  I'm going to commit to finishing the blocks for the Farm Girl Vintage (Lori Holt) quilt I started at least a year and a half ago.  I was doing well completing a block or two a week and then life intervened and the project stalled out.  I counted tonight and I think I have just eight blocks to make before I can start putting the quilt together.  Here are some of the ones that are done.
Even though the 6" blocks have been a challenge in some cases, I've had a lot of fun choosing colors and putting these together.  Getting this quilt done will also help me clean up a corner of my sewing room where the fabrics for this project are stacked.  Maybe I'll even be inspired to start on the sashing.

Head on over to Elm Street Quilts to see what others are hoping to accomplish this month.


  1. looking forward to seeing the quilt top. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck on your project.

  2. those are really fun colorful blocks Susan - glad you are making progress on a long stalled project. YEAH! I missed your last post (I think) what a pretty project - my colors for sure ! I hope March continues to be spring like for you in PA ! cheers Mel

  3. Such a good idea! I need to think about working on getting my sewing mojo back. I've been knitting a little bit and it's been a while for that! Beautiful blocks and I'm looking forward to seeing how much you get done!

  4. Susan, these are sew sew pretty. So many ways to crafts and so little time!

  5. Looking great! Very fun to watch this one progress!

  6. Very nice! I sewed the teapot block and made it into a zip pouch. Good luck on your goal. I'll be looking forward to seeing your other blocks.


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