Wednesday, January 19, 2011

WIP 3.11





This week I have slowed down a little. It took a lot of stealth sewing to get my husbands quilt done last week and then the girls had both Friday and Monday off school and I didn't want to hole up in my sewing room. That said, I did get a new project started...


Completed:


New Project:


I signed up for a Pay-it-Forward handmade exchange on Facebook and decided to make bags for my 5 recipients. I am using a Keyka Lou pattern that I got at Fresh Squeezed Fabrics and this is one of the fabric combos that I am using.

Progress:



Although I am still behind on my HST, I did get some sewn together in a block. My goal this week is to get back on track with these squares. See the feather print on the right lower corner? I kept thinking I would really like to get some of it for the backing and the other day I found it a Hancock for $2 yard. Guess what I am using to back this quilt!


Sitting:

Hour Glass Pot holders , Set of 4: Pinwheel Quilt Along :Fishies 2, coins : Hope Valley QAL : Stamp QAL :Chubby Stars QAL : Snippet Pinwheels : Leaves D9P : Am Jane Squares


Stats for week:


New Projects - 1 : Completed - 1 : WIP - 11

8 comments:

  1. Don't you love Keyka Lou patterns? She makes awesome bag patterns. Can't wait to see how yours turns out! Great job on your HST block, it looks awesome :)

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  2. I love your design for your Quilt-in-Progress!

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  3. The HST Quilt-in-Progress is looking awesome! Can't wait to see it all when it's finished.

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  4. I love love how HSTs look, in all their configurations. Congrats on the awesome $2/yd fabric score - I love that kind of serendipity!

    That toadstool fabric is fabulously adorable.

    Happy WiP Wednesday - I really like your WiP post headings/layout. May have to borrow the idea...

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  5. Love that HST quilt, look great!

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  6. Your post is such a fun one to read because it's so well organized, haahaa, you have it all listed well. I really like the quilting on your raiders quilt, It's fun to do the loopy.

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  7. The HST looks great! And don't you just love quilting karma like finding that backing you wanted? It was meant to be. : )

    Thanks for linking up, have a great week!

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  8. I really like how you set the half squares in that block. My son is a Raiders. Hope he doesn't try to get your quilt!!

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