After much agonizing, here are my picks
First up, Jessica Alexandrakis Quilting on The Go: English Paper Piecing Projects You Can Take Anywhere. This book is just lovely, filled with great instruction on how to EPP. I need a travel and an "in front of the TV" project so this was a good choice. I have not picked a specific finished project, but rather will just start making Hexies and see where it takes me. Obviously this will be a long term-throughout the year project.
Next, that's right, I'm gonna do it - Tula Pink's City Sampler: 100 Modern Quilt Blocks. I love the idea of having a project that I can pick away at over the year. The other thing I like about this books is that I can learn new quilting techniques and build my quilty confidence.
This next pick has been on my shelf for awhile and I think is the book I pick up the most to paw through. It intrigues and frightens me all at the same time. Cherri House City Quilts:12 Dramatic Projects Inspired by Urban Views. Not sure if it is all of the solids, or the graphic modern designs, but I love this book, so I had to include it. And for the pattern I have chose, City Tracks, I already have a fabric bundle ready to go!
The quilt from my next pick is actually going to be for my very own bed! Petal Pod from Missy Shepler's Modern Quilts from the Blogging Universe. I wanted something fairly simple for my bed, and I love the little challenge of some curved piecing.
This next choice was one I knew from the beginning. Denyse Schmidt Modern Quilts: Traditional Inspiration. I love every single quilt in this book, so choosing just one was HARD!
As you can see I want to make more than one project from this one! Maybe a little over-ambitious :). So I am going to save my final choice for when I actually get to the book. Gonna wait to see how I feel at the time. But here are the delicious quilts I will choose from
Phew! I am going to be a busy girl this year. But a Happy one! Time to get sewing!
Have you ever embarked on your own Library Project, or would you like to start? Would love to hear about it.