Wednesday, January 4, 2012

WIP Wednesday!

Oh, WIP Wednesday, I've missed you! After a few weeks off, I realize how much I rely on Lee's link-up to keep track of my projects.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Finished:
Scrappy Triangles for do. Good Stitches
Scrappy Triangles for do. Good Stitches

Scrappy Triangles back
More here.

Starry bee blocks
My creation

More here.

Hexing Around the Block for Rene
Hexing Around the Block for Rene
Tutorial by Lee
freshlypieced.blogspot.com/2011/05/hexing-around-block.html

In progress
4x5 Bee blocks
I don't know why I'm dragging my feet on this one. They need to be in the mail by January 15. I'm not working on anything else until these are done.

Scrap Attack quilt-along
My scraps.
I'm very grateful for Rachel's Scrap Attack quilt-along. If this didn't come along, I'd surely end up on Hoarders: Buried Alive. This is my tub of shame--my scraps are all crammed in there, completely unorganized. I'm going to start pulling out scraps, cutting tumbler shapes using my Go! Baby die, and sewing them together randomly. I'm actually pretty excited about this!

Completed tops awaiting quilting:
Postage Stamp quilt
Kaleidoscope baby quilt #2
Fabricland

To do:
LynneBob block for VIBeees
Drunkard's Path Quilt-Along

I'm not sure if Lee is hosting her link-up today, but if so, I'm linking up!

18 comments:

Becky M said...

I'm the same way, WIP wednesday helps me keep track of everything. I'm so bad I forgot it was even Wednesday!
Can't wait to see what's hidden in your tub of scraps. I'm doing a couple scrappy quilts too and it's been fun to see how they come along.

CityHouseStudio said...

Hooray for WIP Wed!
I'm glad it's back, too!
Love the scraps - can't wait to see what you make. I'm going to quilt along with Rachel too!

Debbie said...

Looks like a great list of wips! My scraps are all jumbled together too - actually, they are in a pile on the floor as I sew with them - not the best method, I guess...

angela said...

I love your scrap attack plan! I have mine nicely organized in an ikea thing - but the bins are getting too full!

Elizabeth Dackson said...

Oh boy, I think we'll be on the same episode of Hoarders! After my new year overhaul, things are definitely tidier...but I still have more fabric than I even know what to do with... Love your do.Good triangle quilt, it looks fabulous!!

mtnquiltr said...

Love your projects. The Carpenter Star block looks like a variation of Swoon (or the other way round), but with no flying geese! How great is that!

@pril said...

All of the pieces you have shown are really pretty. I saw this at WIP.

@pril
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Heather D. said...

Love all these projects! The scrappy triangle quilt is stunning. Is there a pattern for it?

Toni said...

I love that Hex block, I need to try that sometime! It's gorgeous.

Kerstin said...

I can just repeat what everyone else has said, all your projects are lovely.

Kelly said...

Love all of your work, but that top quilt rocks!

Linz said...

So. Many. Beauties!!!! Awesome WIPS!!

Patti said...

Great work! Love the backing fabric on your scrappy triangle quilt as well.
The hexagon block is fabulous..it is one of my WIP on hold for the moment! I only have about 5 done. Yikes!

Candi said...

Im drooling over the scrappy triangles quilt!

Marci Girl said...

All those bee blocks are fabulous! I need to get back on the WIP bandwagon too...I also need to keep better track of things!

Something Wilde said...

Oh what fun projects! Love that hexing around the block and the finished triangles are just fantastic! Good luck with your projects!

felicity said...

I've got a Basket of Shame so I totally hear you on the scraps. Must...resist..another...QAL....

Toni said...

Scrappy Triangles is fabulous, Katie! And krikey, that's a lot of scraps! But your tumbler plan sounds like a great one. Can't wait to see it!