Works in Progress Wednesday - September 12, 2012

Oh WIP maker, it has been six weeks since my last WIP report and I'm afraid that I've fallen off the wagon. I have started four projects and only completed two. Sigh! In my defence, they really are fun projects. :)

New Projects: 

Modern Goodness - Loving this new project!

Heathia - It's done. Woo hoo! I'll be sharing this on Friday when I host TGIFF! Remember, if you've got a recent finish, you are welcome to come link up and celebrate. Here's a sneak peek:

Torn-strip Appliqué Landscape -

Appliqué/Quilt/Paint Thing -

Completed Projects:
Don't Worry {Bee} Happy - August's Block is for Alisha of A Squared Craft Affair.



Colour My World White - Finished and shared.


Current Projects: 
Mini I Spy Charity Quilt - Top completed. This is the project I was working on when I cut my thumb. I had intended to do the Jester quilting motif for the 2012 Free Motion Quilting Challenge, but got a bit sidelined by the rotary cutter. I know y'all are wondering...no, I didn't bleed on the fabric. :D

Hudson's Bay Point Blanket Quilt - Half way quilted. Good Lord is straight line quilting boring!



Stained Glass Lillies - Progress on the stems/leaves. Yay!


On Hold/UFO Mash-up:
Modern Block Monday Sampler - No progress. On hold until the Fall. Oh crap, it's Fall. I'll be pulling this out and 
Selvage pincushions - No progress.
Chop Suey
Wee Spy quilt
Spiral/Spring seta colour
Wedding quilt
Nine patch colourwash

Out-of-Control WIP Wednesday Recap:
New projects: 5
Completed projects: 2
Current projects: 4
On Hold/UFO: 15



13 comments:

  1. Even with a wounded digit you have been productive.

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  2. Well, look at you go girl!! Love the grey and green in Modern Goodness. Your applique and painting is stunning, and of course, your Bay Blanket warms my heart!

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  3. Everything is just beautiful. Yes, straight line quilting IS boring. Your green and grey is SO pretty!

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  4. Loving your Modern Goodness - I'm about to start playing with those colours too - just delish! I am so anxious to see your full Heathia reveal - the little tease I can see has me wanting to get a closer look at your quilting.

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  5. Like I told you before, I am always impressed by what you can accomplish despite a super very busy life! I am so glad I got a close look at Heathia, a beautiful piece! Hope to have the priviledge to see stained glass lillies soon! It was nice to meet you in person at the OVQG last meeting!

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  6. I love looking at all the yummy stuff you are working on!

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  7. Everything looks good. Triangles are my favourite shape. Heathia is stunning and the torn landscape thrilling and... well, you get the drift! Good job!

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  8. All your projects look so fresh and happy! Just lovely!!

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  9. Sorry you cut yourself, but never worried you might have gotten blood on your fabric, what real fiber enthusiast would do that ;-) . Lots of nice projects!

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  10. I am in love with your Modern Goodness! The colours are just fantastic! Also, i can't wait to see how your Point Blanket quilt comes out. I have a feeling I'll be willing to trade you my point blanket for your quilt!

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  11. Seriously productive considering the finger incident. Your WIP list makes me feel a lot better about mine! ;)

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  12. Some seriously gorgeous work going on. I love it:)

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