Works in Progress Wednesday #13

Back to school week here. Even my youngest is starting nursery school a couple of mornings a week. Sigh! Do you know what that means? Cleaning time. Did you think I'd say quilting time? I wish! It feels like my house needs a hose down after the summer. How do people clean, and I mean really clean, with kids around? Once I wrestle this house into control again though, I'm sure I'll be fitting in a wee bit o' quilting time. :)

New Projects: No time for new projects.

Completed Projects: Nada, but close.

Current Projects:
Bottled Rainbows (2) - I finished the free motion quilting of the blocks last night. Yay! Unfortunately, my victory cheer woke up my youngest child. Oops! Next up, trimming the blocks to equal size and sashing. I see a couple of finishes in the near future.


Project Y - No progress. This one's up next though.

Stained Glass Lillies - No progress.

On Hold:
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 #13 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

6 comments:

  1. Just starting my own BR quilt. Amazes me that you're going to have done 3! Love them all!

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  2. Can't wait to see your bottled rainbow quilt together!

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  3. I am looking forward to see my blocks together.

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  4. I love the quilting on your bottled rainbows!

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  5. Your bottled rainbows look so pretty - Looking forward to seeing the whole quilts!

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