November Finishes & Other December Goals

In a post last month I listed some other projects I wanted to finish in November.

## From My Carolina Home’s Autumn Jubilee Projects – Pumpkin Blocks & Star Blocks for a Table Runner or Small Quilt (haven’t decided) and Pumpkin Placemats — I did get fabric chosen (often a hard part for me) and cut pieces, but just have them in plastic bags for later assembly.

Pumpkin Fabrics

## November One Monthly Goal (OMG) – Fall Placemats from the Prize I won in August.  I wrote about this here. – Got a lot done, but not finished. I posted about what I got done here

Quilt Retreat Fall 2018 – Tops for 6 Placemats

## Tulip Time Wall Hanging – I got the fabric for this back in March. – I got fabric cut, and top pieced at the Quilt Retreat.  I have to find backing and I’ll quilt it myself after the New Year.

2018 Nov – Tulip Time Wall Hanging Top Pieced

At my Quilt Retreat I also made several Kennel Quilts and 2 Travel Pillowcases.

2018 – Batik Travel Pillowcases

After Thanksgiving I finished up this reversible Christmas Table Topper/Tree Skirt.

2018-Reversable Table Topper/Christmas Tree Skirt

As far as Goals for December, I’ll have to keep that to myself.  Christmas is coming and I don’t want to spoil any surprises. 

Hoping you are keeping busy and getting a lot done this time of year!

Happy Stitching & Moving!

Quilt Mouse

About Quiltmouse

I am retired. I love to quilt. I make charity quilts as well as quilts for my friends & family.
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