Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Works In Progress Wednesday - The May Day Edition

I'm honestly not sure whether the title of today's post is because it's May 1st today or because I need help with my crazy WIP list...maybe both. It's been a few week's since my last report so let's see where the crazy WIP list stands.

Reminder to Ottawa-area peeps: Tonight is the info session for the Ottawa Modern Quilt Guild (OMQG)! Details on the OMQG blog.

New Projects: Nada!

Completed Projects:

Su{Brrr}novaDone and blogged! So thrilled with this one. Laurie Wisbrun even commented on it and shared it on her Facebook page. :D


Laptop Case Tutorial: Did a laptop case tutorial for Sew Sisters using one of their great Kona Club palettes.


Simply Solids Bee BlockThis block is for Lisa!


Current Projects:

Kingston quilt: Started this quilt over again. Finished the first block -- Kingston City Hall! This block measures 13" by 13.5".

Kingston City Hall
Seeing the Forest for the Trees QuiltBasted and on the machine! My goal is to finish this one for next week's TGIFF!, which I'm hosting.


Hard Core: No progress.

Something New SamplerNo progress.

Scrappy Trip Along: No progress.

Scrap{Bee} Quilt: No progress.

Wedding quilt
Nine patch colourwash

WIP Wednesday Recap: 
New projects: 0
Completed projects: 3
Current projects: 6
On Hold/UFO: 14


I'm linking in to WIP Wednesday at The Needle and Thread Network and to W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced. Thanks Monika and Lee for hosting such great linkies!
Right Click to Save ImageWIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

16 comments:

  1. I love your supernova. I got my top done but not quilted

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  2. That supernova is great! And the butterfly is so sweet ;) What's the pattern?

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    1. Thanks so much! The Butterfly block was designed by Lisa and it's available on her blog: http://lisainporthope.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/modern-butterfly-my-first-pattern/. Enjoy!

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  3. The supernova is just gorgeous!!! How awesome!

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  4. I love your supernova and the BRR fabric you used.

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  5. Wow, amazing projects. The version of supernova is really effective. congrats

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  6. Everything looks fabulous! And your supernova is spectacular!

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  7. Phew! That's quite a few {awesome} projects going on!

    I love your Supernova quilt.

    Here via WIP Wednesday.

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  8. Your supernova quilt is really fabulous. Great fabric choice.

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  9. Beautiful job! There is so much to love about your Supernova quilt! And I really like your laptop case - you did a super job on the tutorial!

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  10. Fantastic work M-R...love the butterfly

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  11. I love all the projects above....what great work. I can't choose which one is my favorite...I think it would be the simply solid block :-)

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  12. That is a lot of great projects--both finished and in progress!

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  13. Love your laptop case tutorial (pinned it!) and your quilt is so lovely, thanks for sharing!

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  14. Wonderful projects! And I like the way you are charting your progress. Reminds me to get myself organized. I'd like to try making the laptop case but still perfecting my machine sewing skills:)

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  15. Your super(brr)nova is gorgeous!

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