I still haven't completed the Zoo Animals quilt, which was my unfinished project to do in April (and carried over to May):
Quiet Play). Now all the sashing pieces are quilted, and about half the blocks have some quilting. I have to decide whether to keep working on it, or put it aside and concentrate on this month's project/s.
June's UFO numbers are 2 and 33. Fortunately I don't have a 33, but this is my 2:
The Quilt Show's Block-of-the-Month for 2009, Stars for a New Day designed by Susan H. Garman. I didn't want to make the whole quilt, but I had wanted to make a feathered star for quite a while. So here it is!
And it has been in its current state for at least 3 years. Some of it is already quilted, but there is a bit of work to do before it will be ready to have its binding put on. When I pulled it out, I was glad to see that I had put the binding fabric away with it. The quilt is a bit creased from being folded up in a box for so long. I've hung it up for now to see if some of the creases will drop out of it, but I think it will probably have to be ironed before I can work on it.
Can I get both projects finished this month?
I'm linking this post to Esther Aliu's Works-In-Progress link-up. Check it out here.