Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Week in Progress #20

It's my b-day and I didn't accomplish much, but it doesn't matter because I am doing a giveaway to celebrate my b-day! So if you found your way over from Lee's Freshly Pieced Blog and you didn't know about the whole b-day thing check out my previous post "It's my birthday! giveaway" and enter if you like what you could get. 

Ok enough shameful advertising for my own giveaway and about my b-day. So, on to why you are here. To see what others are up to in the quilty world. 

Since Monday I have been in really fun professional development. I know you are thinking fun professional development for teachers. No way. However, it is true.   

Completed Projects:

June Twist on Tradition Blocks

New Projects:
Was good and still haven't added on. 

Ongoing Projects:
Sacramento Modern Quilt Guild's Kona Challenge - Hopefully it will grow on me. I don't love the placement, but I don't want to be very friendly with my seam ripper. So it is going to stay the way it is. I think. Luckily all I need to do is make it into a place for my dog and hope she likes it. 

Kona Challenge Quilts Sacramento Modern Quilt Guild

Prairie Claw Block - This is the class I took with my mom using the square in a square ruler. 

praire claw-5.jpg


Orange/blue commissioned quilt. Finished cutting all the fabric. Didn't have time to take a new picture sorry. 

Two Quilts waiting to be cut.jpg


Embroidery 101 Quilt Along - Cut fabric, messed up, ordered more fabric tonight. Decided to get the backing too. In a funny note, I also happened to win the giveaway from the sewlux fabric. If you read my blog remember how happy I was with the packaging from this company. 

Fabric for Embroidery 101.jpg


Completed tops awaiting quilting:
You would think I could get to these already. I think I may be getting to these really soon as I signed up for a long-arm quilting class at a local quilt store. That was my b-day present from my husband :) what a kind loving husband I have. 



Loves Road


I didn't do anything with these:

Kaleidoscopic Quilt Along - This starts tomorrow. Ekk!

Stash Fabric


Doll Quilt for the Sacramento Modern Quilt Guild Challenge. Still to finishing binding it. I made a silly mistake in binding it and I just haven't fixed it yet, it really would only take me 5 minutes to finish. Ok maybe ten!


BWS tips button 

We were supposed to do a log cabin this week. I just didn't get around to it. 



UFOs -

Scrappy Bear

Halloween Quilt

Christmas Hexagon table runner and pillows.

This week's stats:
New projects: 0
Completed projects :  1
Currently in progress - 12

Linking up to:
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

9 comments:

  1. Girl, you've got a lot on your plate. I can't wait to see your orange and blue quilt. Those colors are intriguing me right now. Love your fabric choices for the kaleidoscope!

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  2. Wow, you've got a lot going on! I'll be excited to see your Kaleidoscope quilt come together. :)

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  3. Happy birthday! Awesome gift from your husband. I think your Kona quilt looks great! I wouldn't change a thing.

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  4. Happy Birthday! I am excited about the quilt along too!! Agreeing with Katie...awesome B-day gift...would love to actually have a long-arm...sigh!

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  5. I actually really like the way you laid out your Kona challenge quilt! I love how the backgrounds are different colors... they remind me of 8-bit video game aliens. :D

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  6. Happy Belated Birthday Jenn!

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  7. Wow! So many projects! I actually really like the Kona challenge quilt. And your Prairie Claw block is just awesome in Wonderland! Love love love!

    Also I just realized I never got back to you about the Neptune! I'll send you an email.

    Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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  8. I haven't gotten my log cabin done for the skill builder either. Kinda figure I will do last week's and this week's at the same time.
    ~Kimberlee
    PS - love your fabric boxes. I use the 12"x12" scrapbooking boxes myself.

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