Wednesday, July 11, 2012

WIP Wednesday

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

I have too many projects on the go to list and be accountable for so I thought I would report progress on the projects I'm currently working on and that are on my quarterly commitment list. That should focus me better on what needs doing first.

New Projects:
None this week but there will be at least one next week.

Ongoing Projects:
I have been working on several projects this week:
Farmer's Wife Quilt - I finished block 47 Homemaker which has been part done for months and in the end only took 20 minutes to complete by hand. Only 15  blocks left to make. So near and yet so far.

Hexy MF - I finished my 25 blocks and they're now with Lorraine's 24 and will hopefully be arranged ready for the sewing together of rows whilst I'm on holiday in August.

Hopscotch - top finished and needs a second pressing having trimmed lots of bunnies ears

Rainbow squares - unpicked and ready to load on the long arm

Christmas stars
Hope Love and Friendship by Rosalie Quinlan

This week's stats:

New projects - 0

Completed projects - 0

Currently in progress - 6



Kristy QP said...

Loving your Hopscotch quilt - it's gorgeous!

Patchwork and Play said...

I think the hopscotch is my favourite of your current projects!

Shontelle said...

Your Hopscotch looks fantastic. I love how you have made the stars stand out with your red and white colour choice. Just lovely!

Kim said...

Oh how sure makes the eye move around the quilt top..and of course I love the red!

Happy Sewing

Anonymous said...

Your Hopscotch quilt is gorgeous!

OPQuilt said...

That hopscotch quilt looks amazing; it's such a versatile quilt and really pops in any colorway.

How fun to be doing the Farmer's Wife blocks! One of my quilty friends just finished and she feels so satisfied having plowed (no pun intended) through all of them. Good luck to you as you work your way through them.

Elizabeth E.

Linda Beth said...

That Hopscotch quilt is something else! Looks to be a very effective pattern and I like your fabric selection for it.

capitolaquilter said...

Hopscotch is amazing. No new projects means more finished ones on the horizon or at least that's how it works with me.

Jennie said...

Hopscotch quilts make me happy - yours is stunning!

tartankiwi said...

Ooh, I love your hopscotch quilt!