Works in Progress Wednesday - November 15, 2011

Wretched Wednesday. Well, it's not really Wednesday that is wretched, it's just how I'm feeling today. I've been trying to outrun something since Monday, but I hit the wall last night. Ugh! Sore throat, icky cough, body aches, etc. I hate being sick. I'm a total wuss about it too. Bleh! Anyways...

A few people commented how much they liked my rationalization last week of quilting over laundry. Well, upon reading my blog post, the hubster pointed out (with humour and only a smidge of sarcasm) that the kids can't wear quilts to school. Hmmm, he may have me there. Lots of laundry got done this weekend. That said, I am tempted to tell the kids that wearing clothes inside out is a cool fashion statement so we get an extra wear out of their clothes. ;)

The terrific Tabatha of Bending Pins is hosting TGIFF! this Friday. I hope you come check out the beautiful finishes and link up one of your own, if you have one. Check out the TGIF Friday! site for more details.

As I mentioned on Monday, I did get a chance to clean up my studio this weekend and I found more WIPs/UFOs! Aack! How can there possibly be more!? *Hanging head in shame* Well, I brought them into this world so I will be accountable for them - they've been added to my list below and I'll tell you more about them in the coming weeks.  

New Project: No, I need to finish something from that danged WIP list.

Completed Projects: One - my little obsession from last week, Season's Greetings, is done. Yay! 



Current Projects:
Just Me and My Peeps- Working on the backing and made the binding. Nothing exciting to show.

Red and Tan Bargello in the Round 2 - Off the On Hold list (temporarily?). Hmm, what to do, what to do?


On Hold:

Millennium Rail Fence (Yes, you read it correctly - MILLENNIUM!) 

Happy Villages
Converging Stars - Stuck again so back to the On Hold list.
Red and Tan Amish Wedding Ring
Tangled Garden
Spiral/Spring seta colour

UFOs that may one day get finished, but really who knows?

Chop Suey
Wedding quilt
Linus quilt
Nine patch colourwash

WIP Wednesday Recap:
New projects: 0
Current projects: 2
Completed projects: 1
On Hold: 11!
UFOs: 4


I'm linking in to WIP Wednesday at The Needle and Thread Network and to W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. Thanks to Monika and Lee for hosting these great parties! Let's go check out the fun stuff going on over there.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Happy Wednesday!

Comments

  1. Love your Bargello quilt. I have often thought of trying one, but always thought they would be too difficult. I just might have to rethink that since you said it was quite easy.

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  2. God is really like the Bargello. I have never sewn this pattern. beautiful colors. Congratulations.

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  3. Bargello samples you sent me? how to do?

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  4. oh my. That red and tan circle is so spectacular!! Seriously... I'm speechless!!!

    I choose quilting over laundry too. Everytime. ;)

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  5. Wow! What a beautiful Bargello quilt...on laundry...buy 3 weeks of underwear and a lot of grace can be extended towards others! lol

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  6. Ok, seriously Season's Greetings quilt/card holder is the best thing ever! So genius, I am sure your family will enjoy it for so many years to come!

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  7. Your card holder is so cute and I love the bargello quilt , have never tried one of those.

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  8. ufo's - "you brought them into this world" That is too funny!

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  9. that is one scary bargello! woah.
    You have a HUGE project list don't you! oh my. Thanks for linking!! ; )

    ~Monika

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  10. Wow!! that is the nicest Bargello I've seen....beautiful!! Can I ask where you got the pattern.....

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  11. That swirl is gorgous. Love the wall hanging!
    ~kimberlee

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  12. If you pin them on in a creative way of course the kids can wear quilts to school....well, maybe, do you have boys or girls?

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  13. WHOA, that bargello is blowing my mind! Looks great :)

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  14. The bargello is amazing - love the colours!!!

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  15. Wow, that bargello is beautiful! I've always wanted to make a quilt like that, but just never have. Yet. LOL

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  16. Hey M-R -- just tell that hubby of yours (my bro) that he should step in and do the laundry when quilting inspiration hits! :)

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