Best of 2015

It's been a year of colorful minis. I've participated in quite a few swaps. At the moment I'm only signed up for one in 2016. I'm going to try to resist joining a bunch in favor of some larger finishes in the coming months. As a quick review of 2015, I'm sharing my five most visited 2015 blog posts here.

Top 5 of 2015

Top Five 2015 Posts

  1. Schnitzel and Boo Mini Swap (round 3) - 830 pageviews
  2. TGIFF: More Zippered Pouches - 623 pageviews
  3. Sew My Stash Mini Quilt Swap - 622 pageviews
  4. Text Me Mini Quilt - 585 pageviews
  5. Rainbow Mini Swap - 530 pageviews

I'll share my specific 2016 goals with you for sewing, quilting and blogging in tomorrow's post. You can also see all my completed quilts in my gallery. If you're new to my blog, you can learn more about me in my New Quilt Bloggers Post from June.

Linking up to the Best of 2015 Linky Party.

16 thoughts on “Best of 2015

  1. Your Sew My Stash Mini Quilt Swap just got another view. Somehow I missed it. I so appreciate the way you combine colors and fabrics. I've never seen that fabric before that has the squares within squares. It reminds me of millefiori squares I've used in mosaic projects. Great recap of your minis.

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Mary. I play with my fabric a lot. Making piles of stuff I like together. Sometimes it becomes a project (like my swoon, which produced the sew my stash HSTs). Sometimes it doesn't. :-)

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Helen. They are two of my favorites, too. The text dresden is mine. I made myself a copy when I was making the swap mini to send away. I'd love to make a whole quilt of envelope blocks. They are 6" finished, I think... so that's a lot of blocks necessary for any size. We'll see. ;-)

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Mari. I'm really happy that I went for it with a Dresden project. I'd never made one and they were faster and easier than I thought they'd be.

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    1. sarah

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      Thank you, Laurel. I sure love rainbow. I finally snagged more of that fabric I used for the pouch and look forward to using it.

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    1. sarah

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      Aww... thank you, Mel. Working on finishing that Midnight Mystery quilt, first and foremost. Was initially thinking about an all over quilting pattern, but wonder if I should try for something more detailed. Alas, I'm ahead of myself, as there's still quite a bit of piecing necessary to finish the quilt top first. :-)

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      1. I've been mulling over some quilting designs (especially since I used all solids that will make the quilting really pop!!). Can't wait for the January instructions to see the final quilt top assembly instructions!!

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