The best thing about this posting strategy is that I am able to spend more time visiting quilt blogs and learning about the amazing things quilters are doing. I recently stumbled on the blog, Red Letter Quilts. Heidi's blog has a monthly link One Monthly Goal (OMG) that inspires quilters to finish their projects by encouraging them to set a goal for the month and follow through. She even offers a chance for a prize to people who meet their goals.
I thought I'd give OMG a try. I pulled out my cob-web covered UFO tub; seriously, totally untouched for years, to look for a UFO to compete. I did a little digging and pulled out this little bag of goodies.
When I looked at it, I could not remember ever working on this quilt project, I could not recall when I did it or what it was. About 10 years ago I was developing mystery quilts for monthly classes and maybe this was one of the patterns I was working on; or it could be that I saw a pattern and liked it and wanted to try it. Since I put the time in to cut out all of the pieces, I thought it would be a good idea to put a little more time into it and finish the top. I'm sure glad I did one block so I know what to do with all of these pieces because there is no pattern in the bag.
I have a good friend who loves pansies and her birthday is in May...is it possible? Wish me luck.
Linking to: OMG, MCM, Monday Making, Handmade Monday, Sew Cute Tuesday, Linky Tuesday, Let's Bee Social, NTT, Midweek Makers, Finished or not Friday, Can I Get A Whoop Whoop, Show Off Saturday