I am not much on New Year's Resolutions but
my UFO project list continues to grow!
This Churning Fourteen, needs to be finished1
The churn dash block is timeless, classic
AND my favorite block of all time!
I won a 16 FQ bundle of ‘Shine On’
by Sharon Holland Designs
It was not my ‘wheel house’ choice of fabrics
but any Art Gallery Fabrics, deserves a good look.
16 FQs and this Churning 14 pattern seems like a good fit.
I packed it all up and took the project to Ocean Isle Beach.
I was there for the month of April 2022 and the goal…
Just cut it out and label the pieces, for sewing when I return home.
The first thing, separate the fabrics into 2, 7 FQ piles
Making sure you have lights, dark, variation of prints.
Then cut each like according to directions.
Sticky notes are a quilters friend.
So are sandwich bags.
I took this to a quilt retreat in August, 2022
hoping to work on it.
But I just couldn't get my head around the instructions.
I was still recovering from COVID 19 that caught me in July.
Seriously, COVID brain fog and fatigue was hanging on.
Patty helped me figure it out, even after I barked at her
the evening before. Again, COVID had me by the short hairs.
And now its 2023 and I will get this one finished.
I hope I can remember the way Patty told me to match up
the pieces for the blocks.
Wish me luck...I can't milk COVID fatigue forever...
or can I?