Wednesday, January 2, 2013

WIP Wednesday - New Year's Edition

For the last two years I have made goals to finish up old WIPs and have had a varying amount of success.  I feel like I have a lot of irons on the fire right now, so I decided to list and prioritize all of my WIPs.  Here it is!

Skill Builder Sampler Quilts - I need to add borders to the large ones, but I have already quilted the small one and just need to finish the binding.

Meadowsweet Star Quilt -  I love this fabric!!!  I need to make 4 (?) more star blocks, sash the 8 inch blocks up to 12 inches, and put it all together.

Gold HST Quilt - need to put all of those hst together and quilt.

1930's Sampler - need to add borders and quilt

Dresden Plate Quilt -  need to applique all of the plates and centers on a background and quilt.

Red and White Sampler - I have a bunch more of these 4x5 Bee Blocks, but no picture.  I need to put the blocks together and quilt it.  I think I want to donate this as a raffle quilt to my very, very, very small local library - we need more books!

These last two I would really like to finish up sooner than later but I don't think that will be happening.  Most of my handwork time is in the evening and now my evenings are spent rocking and feeding the baby - I'm not complaining (for the most part) but handwork is not going to happen until she starts going to bed before 10 pm.  ;)

Flower Garden - I need to applique on the borders and find an amazing long arm quilter.

Hexagon Flowers - I've worked quite a bit on this since this picture, but I need to finish the last row, applique on borders, add applique flowers and hand quilt - this might not get done this year...  :)

I think that is enough to work on right now!  ;)  But of course, I want to start making a couple of baby quilts and other projects.  Thank goodness we are having a guild sewing day in a few weeks.  I need it!  What are you working on?

Linking up to Lee's WIP Wednesday!

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced



15 comments:

  1. Lovely projects :) That flower garden quilt is amazing! I love the idea of red and white sampler, I would love to make one myself...someday! Happy New Year!

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  2. Love these quilts. What pattern are you using for the Meadowsweet stars? So cute!

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    1. Thanks! I made the blocks from tutorials at http://civilwarquilts.blogspot.com/.

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  3. What a wonderful year of projects ahead of you. Your hexagon flowers are stunning.

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  4. Wow... you have some amazing projects to finish. It has made realise I need to be doing more with my time. Great work.

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  6. You have such great taste in fabrics. I love it all!!!!!! Wish we were closer so I could mooch off your scraps.

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  7. The hexagon quilt is really effective- I love the use of black and white!

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  8. Lovely wips! I'm pretty darn sure I recognize one of those 4x5 blocks! ;-)

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  9. Your EPP projects are so beautiful! I'm still blown away by your Flower Garden quilt. : ) Happy 2013, and thanks for linking up, Leila!

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  10. You've got so many amazing projects! I love Meadowsweet, too. I have bits and pieces left from a dresden I made for myself. I like the way you combined yours with solids.

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  12. Oh wow! What an incredible mini-quilt show! I love your colors and the projects you get to work on are amazing!

    Happy 2013!

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  13. I am glad to see you joining us to Finish-A-Long too! Each of your projects is so lovely, it will be nice to see them finishing or moving in that direction. I hope you enjoy rocking that baby too!

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  14. I am a long arm quilter..but I couldn't do your quilt. ;) Moving. But thought you might like to look at a quilt similar to yours that I quilted last year. Here;http://stone-belle.blogspot.com/2012/03/grandmas-flower-garden.html

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