Works in Progress Wednesday #12

The evenings are getting cooler. One munchkin started school on Monday, another starts today, the kids' activities are starting to ramp up...yes, Fall is definitely in the air. It's good to be back...and reunited with my sewing machine!

New Projects: Holding fast on no new projects. Well, no cutting yet. I do have a design worked out for the Castle Peeps fabric I bought while on vacation. Am I getting by on a technicality? ;) 

Completed Projects: Nada

Current Projects:
Bottled Rainbows (2) - We are done the mosaics! Woo hoo! Each boy picked the backings for their squares. Unfortunately, I mixed two them up and free motion quilted them before we realized they were wrong. Grrrr! The boys didn't seem to mind though and, in fact, they even informed me that it didn't really matter because they were planning to share the quilts. That should be interesting. Anyways, I've free motion quilted 12 of the 32 squares. I'm trying to do a different qulting pattern for each square.


Patrick's...or Daniel's blocks


Daniel's...or Patrick's blocks
Project Y - No progress

Stained Glass Lillies - A little appliqué done, but not much.

Landscape quilt
10BX Leaves
Fibonacci's Not Random
Red and Tan Amish Wedding Ring
Christmas tree skirt
Tangled Garden
Red and Tan Bargello in the Round 2
Spiral/Spring seta colour

UFOs that may one day get finished, but really who knows?
Converging Stars
Chop Suey
Wedding quilt
Linus quilt
Nine patch colourwash

WIP Wednesday #12 Recap:
New projects: 0
Completed projects: 0
Currently in progress: 4
On Hold: 9
UFOs: 5

Bucket List: 39

Linking up with Freshly Pieced for W.I.P. Wednesday so let's go see what others have been up to this week.


WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Comments

  1. I love the way you laid out these photos. Really drew me in. So glad to see someone else who has a thousand balls to juggle. See? I am not crazy...I just can't say no to a good idea! Thank you for sharing...

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  2. oh my those are alot of bottled rainbows! Very cool! And i agree - great pics!

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  3. Beautiful! Someday I am going to attempt a bottled rainbows quilt, but I need more scraps. :) I can't wait to see the finished quilts!

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  4. I've only made 1 block for my BR quilt so fat but I can't wait to get the rest made. Yours look great!

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  5. i love your bottled rainbows-- love it love it! i'm putting it on my "must do" list.

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  6. Our quilting guild is doing this quilt and I'm so excited. Mitzi's in it (she commented two back from me!) and leading our group. Can't wait to see yours (the boys'!) all done!

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  7. wow - that sure is a lot of work! I'm really impressed.

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  8. Great pictures of your Bottled Rainbow!! How fun!

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  9. I loveee the bottled rainbow quilts! Thats my "one day" goal.. haha

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  10. your rainbows look beautiful - can't wait to see them finished

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