I'll be honest, June was rather more a month of starts than of finishes, but I did finish a couple of things... Here we go (L-R, top to bottom):
- Summersville flying geese quilt, a mix of English paper piecing, hand piecing and machine piecing. Progress is slow but steady.
- Portholes quilt. I liked the block I made at retreat so much that I went and bought a bunch more of the blue fabric and it's turning into a sitting room quilt.
- June's Brit Bee block for Trudi. My first ever proper attempt at foundation paper piecing. I'm rather proud, you know. It's almost round and some of the triangles even have their points intact. Finished and posted to Trudi last week, so even though it's not an actual quilt, it still counts as completed.
- Single girl quilt. Finally quilted, waiting for binding. OK, I finished this top well over a year ago (the shame). But now it's actually quilted, so a step closer to being an actual quilt instead of a jumped up bedsheet.
- Jubilee bunting. Liberty print, bunting, the Jubilee. What's not to like? Plus, it's an actual finished project.
- A baby quilt top. Actually in the process of being turned into either a single or double (depending on when I run out of the background fabric) bed sized quilt top, but I wanted to see if I could get a full quilt top out of a single Liberty print charm pack (I did, incidentally, and posted about it here. A quick tutorial is coming soon too.)
Theoretically, July is going to be a month of finishes rather than starts. We'll see how long that lasts...
Linking up with Fresh Sewing Day, something I always mean to do and never actually achieve. Maybe I'll even manage it again before Christmas...