November One Monthly Goal Finish

How are you doing? Did you complete your goal this month?

My goal was to finish the remaining blocks of my Log Cabin Stars quilt. Thanks to a guild sewing day and my husband working on most of Thanksgiving dinner, I was able to complete them. Sorry for the rather lousy pictures. The blocks are all up on my design wall behind the longarm.

The next task for this quilt is to get it sewn into rows (after moving all the blocks around to balance the colors). I mentioned at the start of the month that I didn't have any backing for this quilt. I ordered a few potential backings from Hancock's of Paducah's markdown section. Hopefully one will work.

After lots of work, I managed to get an OMG image with HTML in the sidebar in case you want to add the logo to your blog. I may switch up the logo for next year if I get time in December--I realized that maybe we should have something that has forward motion instead. I was originally thinking of Beyonce when I made the flying geese. 🤷🏻‍♀️ We'll see how my December goes. 

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  1. I love these blocks and my mind is swirling with thoughts of how it might look in a scrappy version! Maybe a Rainbow Scrap Challenge project for next year?!? I didn't set a goal this month but today I am finishing my October goal, so that is something to celebrate! LOL

  2. Love those colours together and those stars really pop right out.

  3. This blocks are great! I have trouble taking photos from my design wall also. Enjoy the assembly!!!

  4. Oh my goodness -- the client's quilt I'm loading today is the exact same Log Cabin Stars pattern! What a coincidence, as well as a guilty reminder that my day is getting away from me and I need to get off the computer and load that quilt! ;-). It looks beautiful in your colors, Anne-Marie. I can't wait to see how you'll quilt it. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!