There are so many quilts that I hope to make one day. If you look at my Pinterest quilting board, there are MANY pins of quilts that I hope to make some day. I am sure that there are many more that will somehow make their way on to the list/board. Unfortunately, some quilt projects get pushed further down the to-do list. Stacey at The Tilted Quilt is hosting the Quilty Bucket List! These are just a few of the quilts on my Quilty Bucket List.
This quilt is in the queue for 2014. I have the pattern and the fabric for the top and binding. Only need to purchase the backing. The plan is to make the Hex-Plus quit from Crazy Old Ladies Quilt in Saltwater by Tula Pink. I have been trying to find the right pattern for Salt Water. When I saw this, I knew I didn’t want to mess with perfection.
Vanessa from V & Co have a great pattern for this quilt. I am partial to red and white quilts. However, I may branch out and try a different color combination.
Carolina Patchworks Groove
I have the pattern, but stuck on my color choices. I have been thinking about making the quilt in this color scheme.
Amish with a Twist II
I purchased this quilt kit in the spring of 2013. It is a block of the month kit, but that hasn’t helped me start the project! I love the use of solids. The colors and pattern are so simple but have such an impact. I really like that there is no appliqué with this kit. The original Amish with a Twist quilt had plenty of appliqué and it isn’t something that I am really comfortable with. I would hate to ruin a quilt with my subpar appliqué skills.
Little Vines Quilt
I looove this quilt. Elizabeth Hartman has a block tutorial on her Oh, Fransson! blog. When I feel comfortable with appliqué, I will definitely attempt this quilt. The size is a bit intimidating with 25 blocks.
Main Street Designs Modern Asterisk
I have the pattern and the templates needed. I just have to decide which fabric to use. I like how the chevrons add movement and make the asterisks more eye-catching.
Red & White Spiral
I dream about making this quilt. First I have to learn how to paper piece. I am taking my first paper piecing class this June at the 2014 MN Quilt Show. Julie and I, are taking a class from Elizabeth Dackson who blogs at Don’t Call Me Betsy.
My Quilty Bucket List is a mix of quilts that I need to find time to make, fabric choices, and new skills to learn. What an exciting future of quilting!