Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Work in Progress #18

Happy Wednesday everyone! Thanks for stopping by to visit and check out what I have been up to. I can sum up most of my week in one word - Cutting!

Completed Projects:
A cute little bag made for a moda bake shop tutorial and Origins fabric by Basic Gray.


Small bag

I finished one my bee blocks for the month of June. It was pretty easy, it was my own.
June Scrap-bee blocks

I asked for the modified bento box block tutorial from Film on the Fridge blog's tutorial.  I just got my fabric for my other bee so I will work on that one next week. I would do it this week, but I am going to see my mom, we are taking a class together. Speaking of that...

New Projects:
Prairie Claw Block - This is the class I am taking with my mom. Click the link to see example of that. I cut all the fabric, placed it in my box and I am ready for my class on Friday.
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Sacramento Modern Quilt Guild's Kona Challenge - I picked my block, created a pattern, did a lot of math and started cutting the fabric.

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Embroidery 101 Quilt Along - I just recieved the cutest little package from SewLux Fabric, for this quilt along.

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Isn't it lovely, and guess what was inside. Yep fabric, fabric I have to cut!

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Kaleidoscopic Quilt Along - I decided to join this too. Luckily no fabric cutting requirements yet. I just picked the fabric out.

Stash Fabric

Ongoing Projects:
Orange/blue commissioned quilt. Cutting fabric, more cutting fabric and still more fabric to cut.

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Completed tops awaiting quilting:
You would think I could get to these already.

Posh Quilt 


Loves Road


I didn't do anything with these:

Doll Quilt for the Sacramento Modern Quilt Guild Challenge. I just need 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. I don't know why I haven't done it yet. 

UFOs -

Scrappy Bear

Halloween Quilt

Christmas Hexagon table runner and pillows.

This week's stats:
New projects: 6
Completed projects :  2
Currently in progress - 11
Remember last week when I said I wanted to get down to 6 from 7... HA! I added 6. What am I think. Oh yeah. Yippy for summer break!

Linking up to:
WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

11 comments:

  1. I love that turquoise/orange color combo! And I envy your Momo fabric, cut and ready to use...

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  2. I've joined the kaledioscope qal too. Can't wait to see how your fabric works in the block

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  3. The fabrics you chose for your Prairie Claw class are beautiful! I can't wait to check back again to see how they're coming along. It's going to be spectacular.

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  4. Oh, swoon, love those Wonderland fabrics! Wow!! That's going to be a great quilt. And that turquoise and orange block looks great too :)

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  5. Don't you wish you had an assistant? that's what I need. Someone who could read my mind and do the backs of my quilts exactly the way I want them so I could make more progress overall. Love your projects (good luck on Clover and Violet's QAL).

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  6. I love that cute little bag! Adorable fabric from SewLux -can't wait to see what you do with it.

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  7. Dude! That's a lot on your plate! And you just added more? Haha! Sounds like me. :)
    I hope you and your mom have fun at your Prairie Claw class! Your fabrics are great.

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  8. Impressive list! Love that little pouch.

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  9. The bag is awesome, love the changes in color/tone

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  10. What a great bag and such a pretty bento block! I also really like the fabric that you got in the package... can't wait to see what you do with it and for the Kona solids challenge. Very cool stuff!! Thanks for dropping by my blog too :)

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  11. Love that little zippy bag! And your kaleidoscope quilt is going to be super cute. Thanks for linking up to WIP Wednesday. : )

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