Works in Progress Wednesday - April 18, 2012

Hockey playoffs have started. Woo hoo! I love watching my kids play hockey and I even like playing hockey, but I have zero interest -- to the chagrin of the hubster -- in watching professional hockey. That's ZERO in both official languages. So why am I cheering? 'Cause it means more quilting time. :)

New Projects: None. I need to start my Colour My World Yellow challenge for this month though, so this status will change this week. There's also a fat eighth set of shot cottons calling my name for this Twelve Trees quilt. And some vintage sheets I found that I want to use for a giant granny block quilt. And that Hudson's Bay point blanket quilt....so many project ideas, so little time!

Completed Projects: 
Mod 1600 - Done and done! I love this quilt and apparently, you guys do too. Thanks for all the comment love on my TGIFF! post. You guys are the best!

Mod 1600 - Jelly roll race side
Mod 1600 - Fibonacci side
Current Projects:

Modern Block Monday Sampler - This week I did Sew Mama Sew's October block.

 And this one from leftovers from Mod 1600.

Cream and black modern minis - No progress.

FMQQAYGQAL/QAYGFMQQAL - Part 5 is done! One more row to go!






Chop Suey - no progress.

Red and Tan Amish Wedding Ring
Spiral/Spring seta colour
Wedding quilt
Nine patch colourwash

WIP Wednesday Recap:
New projects: 0
Completed projects: 1
Current projects: 5
On Hold/UFO: 15


I'm linking in to WIP Wednesday at The Needle and Thread Network and to W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. Thanks wonderful women for hosting such great parties!

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Have a great Wednesday, everyone!

12 comments:

  1. I love your mod 1600 and your fmq is great :)

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  2. ditto!! The Mod 1600 is real eye-candy!

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  3. That quilt is waving to me. I'll have to put it on a to-do list! Smashing!!!

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  4. The colors in that jelly roll race quilt are just so gorgeous and rich! And I love your fmq blocks. I really need to practice...

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  5. I love that quilt!! And I agree about hockey. I love watching our little grandsons play hockey. not professionals. I love your quilting too; I need to get back at it...it'll be like starting all over.

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  6. your FMQ is looking good! :)

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  7. Wow, love your FMQ, do you have a long arm?

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  8. I love your Jelly roll race quilt - the colours look amazing.

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  9. I am a hockey widow during the playoffs and especially with the Sens playing this year. I always get excited cuz it means a LOT more quilting time! Yay!! I love these FMQ blocks, especially the lavender one!

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  10. gorgeous work as always! I've just been told I won't have a husband for the summer because of all the football (on tv), unfortunately that means less sewing time for me unless the kids suddenly get interested too!!

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  11. Wonderful creations as always:) I love the Mod 1600!!!!!

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  12. Your work is breath-taking, and I can't wait for you to start on the Hudson's Bay quilt, I have an idea for one knocking around in my head for far too long.

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