Works in Progress Wednesday #1

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

No, I'm not going to post something everyday, but I love Lee's idea of WIP Wednesday so I wanted to start right away. What a great way to keep track of projects!

New Projects:

Value-able Colours - I don't think this is the right title, so I'd welcome any suggestions. I bought some Nature's Palette by Lyndhurst Studio because I loved the value changes in the fabric. But then, what do you do with it? After sitting on it for a year +, I finally had an idea and this is it. Next up is finishing up the back.




Ongoing Projects:
3 Wee Spy Quilts - Layered and quilted. Now I just need to bind them and finish their complementary bags. And get them to their new owners!

Completed Tops Awaiting Quilting:
Landscape quilt
10X Leaves
Fibonacci's Not Random

On Hold:
Red and Tan Amish Wedding Ring
Stained Glass Lillies
Micah's Fire Growth Chart
Converging Stars
Tangled Garden
Red and Tan Bargello in the Round 2
Chop Suey
Green Bed Drape
Christmas tree skirt
Wedding quilt
Linus quilt
Nine patch colourwash
Spiral/Spring seta colour


New projects: 1
Completed projects: 0
Currently in progress: 19 - oy!

13 comments:

  1. Hi, I surfed in from WIP Wednesday! Welcome to quilt blogging!! You'll have a lot of fun with it. I've had my blog for a little more than I year and it is still great fun. I am a fellow Canadian, from New Brunswick. The colours on your quilt are great. They really pop against the black. Cheers, Riel

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  2. Nice quilt. Love the colors with the black sashing, sure makes the colors pop. I don't post everyday either. I like the WIP Wednesday's because now I can keep track of everything. I just recently started WIP Wednesday's too.

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  3. Hello....fellow Canadian...I am from New Brunswick..you will love blogging..so much fun. I've only been here for a few months..everyone is great...I love your quilt; the colours are so vibrant...nice job.

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  4. I LOVE this quilt! It reminds me of an ocean tide...ebb and flow, ebb and flow. Even with the bright colors it is so calming to look at. Thanks for sharing at WIP Wednesday so we could see this beauty!

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  5. Oh wow. I love it. very rich and vivid.

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  6. Nature's Palette is wonderful! Looking forward to more.

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  7. That is absolutely stunning! The black sets off the bright colors beautifully.

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  8. beautiful, I thought it was a picture at first, so vibrant, I love it.

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  9. Your nature's palette is beautiful! I have some of those fabrics and have often wondered what to do with them. I really like them--what a beautiful solution! And please post the Fibonacci's quilt--sounds so intriguing!

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  10. This quilt is very pretty!

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  11. Wow, thanks so much for the feedback everyone. What a wonderful welcome! I'm so thrilled that you like the quilt. I'm certainly having a lot of fun with it. I'll post a picture of the Fibonacci one soon so check back again.

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  12. The Colors quilt is so beautiful! The black really sets off the bright colors. Great job! And thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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